The IRS and the North Carolina Charitable Solicitation License Section of the Secretary of State’s Office both require specific information in the acknowledgments nonprofits provide to their donors? Read more.
There are important due dates that calendar year-end nonprofit organizations need to remember. Read more for a complete list of nonprofit deadline reminders.
Is your non-profit’s annual appeal campaign struggling to produce the desired results? If so, 2023 may be a great time for your non-profit to consider making updates to amplify annual appeal efforts. Read more.
Click above for some tips on preparing a complete and accurate business personal property tax listing for the county in North Carolina in which the property is located.
Ever wonder “What information does Gilliam Bell Moser need to complete my business’s tax return, and how will I get it to them?”? We have the answer! Our LINKS Organizer is the right tool for the job. Click above to learn more.
North Carolina Pass-through Entity Tax: As the end of 2022 is within sight, pass-through entities need to consider whether any action is required by year-end. Click above to learn more.
Changes to the accounting standards, ASC 840 to ASC 842, will be changing the way leases are presented on the financial statements. Read more by clicking above.
Bookkeeping is an essential component of any company, including nonprofits. Is it better to have in-house bookkeeping, or to outsource? Read more about how to make this important decision.
There are several action items to complete to ensure you are following all laws and regulations to set up a nonprofit in the state of North Carolina. Read more about the steps you should follow.
The Internal Revenue Service announced the cost of living adjustments (COLA) for tax year 2023. These adjustments affect various limits for retirement savings plans. Click here for more information.