Don’t Get Taken for a Ride: Tax Consequences and Benefits of Being a Rideshare Driver

With the holidays approaching, many people are looking for ways to earn a little extra spending money. Becoming a driver for a rideshare service such as Uber, Lyft and Sidecar is a good option for some. It is easy to get into the industry, you can work when it’s convenient for you, and you can …

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Nonprofit Financial Statement Red Flags: The Board Member’s Role in Combating Fraud

By Patricia Yeager, CPA and Nonprofit Practice Leader The Director’s primary role on a nonprofit board is to make strategic decisions that impact the operations of their organization. In addition, they can and should take an active role in protecting their organization from fraud. A proactive board can help reduce fraud risk, guarding the organization …

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Calling All Angels… Angel Investments extended in Georgia through 2018

By David A. Nash, CPA, Tax Manager Georgia’s economy is booming thanks in part to the film incentives and to the vital role startups are playing in bringing jobs, infrastructure, visitors, and wealth to the state’s inhabitants. Angel investors play a significant role in nurturing start-ups and the state provides encouragement to these investors in the …

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