posts tagged as Tax Exempt


By Tanya Erbe | December 11, 2017

Tax Credit Relief In The Wake of Recent Natural Disasters

The restaurant industry was hit hard by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Certain employers that were rendered inoperable and are located in a federally-declared disaster zone may be eligible to claim an employee retention credit. read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | August 17, 2017

IRS Revokes Hospital’s Tax-Exempt Status, Shedding Light on Section 501(r) Compliance Concerns

Earlier this month, the IRS released a letter revoking the tax-exempt status of a hospital for noncompliance with section 501(r) of the Internal Revenue Code. Why? The hospital failed to conduct a community health needs assessment. Tax... read more


By Healthcare Practice Leaders | August 10, 2017

How Blockchain Could Solve Healthcare’s Interoperability Problem: BDO Knows Healthcare Newsletter

Healthcare faces a changing competitive landscape and a reimbursement shift to episode-based bundles, driving new measurements of “value” and creating an interoperability problem in the process. Blockchain could be the solution. The... read more


By Laura Kalick | May 23, 2017

Nonprofit Hospitals: How could proposed tax reform impact you?

The White House’s preliminary tax plan, released in late April, may have implications for individual giving habits. Nonprofit healthcare organizations should keep a watchful eye and plan for the potential changes. While the Internal... read more


By Laura Kalick | April 04, 2017

2017 Work Plan for Tax Exempt Organizations Issued by IRS

What should tax-exempt hospitals know about the IRS FY 2017 Work Plan? This year, IRS aims to "work smarter" by focusing on organizations where they will be more likely to find noncompliance and providing more information to... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | October 26, 2016

Part 2: Nine Questions Brewery Owners Should Ask Their CPAs

In the first installment of this series, Dirk covered five questions brewery owners should ask their CPAs in an effort to improve their business operations and find opportunities for savings. Continue reading as Dirk discusses the final... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | September 13, 2016

Healthcare Boards in Conflict

The high incidence of hospital board members with discoverable business conflicts suggests prospective trustees aren’t being thoroughly vetted to pro-actively guard against such conflicts. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | September 06, 2016

Telemedicine and Potential Tax Implications for Tax-exempt Providers

It is hard to believe that telemedicine has been a clinical reality for almost 60 years, if you count from the literally space-age technologies NASA developed to monitor astronauts' health in the 1960s. Physician/technician... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | September 02, 2016

R&D for IPAs: Tax Breaks for Brewpubs

Over the past few years, it has become clear that craft beer is trending in the fast casual scene. While most fast casuals are stocking and selling, brewing their own is just around the corner. Owning and operating a brewery can be an... read more


By Adam Berebitsky | May 12, 2016

Proposed Non-Exempt Overtime Rules to Affect Restaurant Industry

During our recent Restaurant CFO Roundtable held May 4 in Solon, Ohio, labor attorneys Seth Briskin of Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis and Susan Rodgers of Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, discussed the Department of Labor’s (DOL... read more