By Tammy Ricciardella, CPA In this issue, we will examine two additional areas of the ASU: Expense reporting and reclassification upon expiration of donor-imposed restrictions. Expense Reporting Once ASU 2016-14 is adopted, all nonprofits are required to present expenses by nature and by function, as well as an analysis of these expenses in one location […]
About John Templeton
John Templeton is a Partner with Templeton & Company and leads the firm’s Audit and Accounting Services Division. He is an experienced provider of accounting, auditing, and advisory services for private enterprises in a variety of industries including real estate, nonprofit, educational institutions, healthcare, manufacturing, and distribution.
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By Rick Schreiber We’re at the onset of the next big industrial revolution—and the widespread adoption of new technologies, including Internet-connected devices, machine learning and robotics in the manufacturing industry. Strides in automation have significantly boosted U.S. manufacturers’ output in recent years, and the industry is just beginning to understand and exploit the full potential […]
A feature examining the role of private equity in the real estate sector. REITs, Private Equity Look Beyond Core Properties in 2017 Private equity (PE) fund managers are growing bullish on the real estate industry. PE funds have already raised a combined $237 billion globally to invest in commercial real estate in 2017, outpacing the […]
By Patricia Duperron, CPA Beginning with fiscal years ending June 30, 2017, the first of the two Other Postemployment Benefit (OPEB) standards from the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) becomes effective. GASB Statement No. 74, Financial Reporting for Postemployment Benefit Plans Other Than Pension Plans replaces GASB Statements Nos. 43 and 57 for reporting of […]
By Christina K. Patten When starting a 501(c)(3) organization, the IRS will generally classify it one of two ways—either as a public charity or a private foundation. Public charities are known to perform charitable work, while private foundations are typically grant-making organizations. The main difference between public charities and private foundations is the source of […]
By Sean Brennan Now that the dust of a contentious presidential election cycle is settling, tax reform may be more likely in 2017 than in past years. There are currently two plans we can look to for guidance on reform: President Donald Trump’s revised plan and the House GOP plan. Both contain significant reductions in […]
A feature examining the role of private equity in the manufacturing sector. The new administration’s pro-economic growth agenda has spurred optimism among the investment community, and most agree the coming year is primed for a healthy cadence of deals. In fact, in a poll BDO conducted in January, 71 percent of fund managers characterized the investment […]
By Brent Horak After IPO activity slowed to a trickle in 2016, the capital markets community projects a more positive forecast for IPOs across industries in 2017. Two-thirds (67 percent) of capital markets executives at leading investment banks predict an increase this year in IPOs on U.S. exchanges, BDO’s 2017 IPO Outlook study found, with […]
By Laurie De Armond, CPA Many, if not most, nonprofit organizations will encounter board or leadership turbulence at some point in their lifecycles. Organizational transition, the evolution of mission or executive departures are inevitable. There are times when the board must make challenging decisions and protect the organization from financial and organizational risk, as well […]
By Rick Schreiber, Chai Hoang and Chris Bard Last year, over 6,000 manufacturers claimed more than an estimated $10 billion in research tax credits (RTCs), with each manufacturer’s average benefit exceeding $1 million. Generated in part by manufacturers’ efforts to develop new and improved products and processes, these benefits were also generated by their continued […]
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