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Don’t Cross the Line!

Looking ahead to this year’s mid-term elections, charities may want to take time now to review some dos and don’ts. The line between permissible issue advocacy and prohibited campaign activity is very fine.   Issues You can advocate for your position on policy issues as long as your advocacy doesn’t reach the level of campaign […]

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MyCare Ohio and Other Industry Updates

In this issue: MyCare Ohio Update RAC Operations “Pause” FY09 Ohio Medicaid Post-Payment Reviews Medicare Revalidations Howard, Wershbale Transitions Name   MyCare Ohio Update The most recent MyCare Ohio implementation dates are rapidly approaching, and without further postponements, the first region (Northeast) will see implementation on May 1st.  It is imperative for facilities to take […]

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2014 Tax Pocket Guide

Our 2014 Tax Pocket Guide provides a concise chart of the most common tax rates for individuals and businesses and is a helpful resource in estimating income taxes. 2014 Tax Pocket Guide We can help plan a strategy to minimize taxes for the coming year, as well as develop a long-term tax strategy to help […]

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Planning a Move?

Taking the time to plan ahead can take some of the pain out of relocating and minimize your downtime.   Planning 101 Put someone in charge. Then, before you start packing, map out your new space and figure out where things should go. Make sure each piece of office equipment and every box is marked […]

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Safe Harbor Election

Safe Harbor Election Allowing Deduction of Amounts Paid to Acquire or Produce Property   Taxpayers often like to expense the cost of small fixed assets acquired during the year due to the recordkeeping cost.  Now the IRS provides a procedure that will allow a business to expense small asset acquisitions without the concern that the […]

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