posts tagged as Insurance

By Clark Schweers | September 21, 2017

Getting Back to Business After a Natural Disaster

As businesses assess the damage and move on following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, there are several risk management factors to keep in mind after these storms, and to prepare for future events. read more

By Jeff Tubaugh | May 25, 2017

Webinar Recap: Today's Top Restaurant Insurance Issues: Traps, Gaps and Cyber

Insurance is an important business aspect many people don’t think about until they have a claim. At that point, they may realize their policy contains exemptions that result in lack of coverage. When evaluating insurance policies, it’s... read more

By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | December 07, 2016

You're Invited: Webinar Top Ten Risks Facing Nonprofits Internationally

On Monday, December 12th at 12:30 p.m., tune into our webinar for an engaging discussion on the top ten risks facing nonprofits with international operations. Along with our cohosts Venable LLP, we examine pressing issues that nonprofit... read more

By Karen Schuler | May 19, 2016

10 Steps Nonprofits Should Take to Increase Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has become a top-of-mind issue for organizations across both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. From the 110 million Target customers whose credit and debit cards were compromised in 2013 to the more than 250 million... read more

By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | April 18, 2016

You’re Invited: Webinar on Special Compensation Issues for Nonprofit Organizations

Join us this Thursday, April 21, for the third session in our 2016 BDO KNOWLEDGE Nonprofit and Education Webinar Series, “Special Compensation Issues for Nonprofit Organizations.” read more

By Kimberly Flett | March 17, 2016

New ACA IRS Filing Requirements: Are You Prepared?

Nonprofit organizations are subject to Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements similar to those that apply to for-profit organizations. read more

By Restaurant Practice Leaders | August 06, 2015

Accounting Treatment for Involuntary Conversions

By definition, an involuntary conversion is a mandatory liquidation of assets, such as a loss due to destruction (i.e., fire, hail, flooding, hurricane, tornado, etc.), theft, condemnation, or repossession, and the lost property is... read more