About Aaron Brody

Aaron Brody, CPA is an Advanced Senior Accountant.

4 Steps for 501(C)(3) Organizations to Keep Their Tax-Exempt Status

Organizations can be exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). In order to maintain their tax-exempt status, these organizations must comply with federal tax law. Certain activities could cause an organization

By |June 29th, 2017|Categories: Assurance|Tags: |

Avoid Penalties by Making Timely Deposits to Employee Benefit Plans

The rules and regulations revolving around employee benefit plans can be vague and confusing. One of these rules concerns timely deposit of employee elective deferrals. Not complying with this rule can have potentially severe consequences,

By |January 25th, 2017|Categories: Employee Benefit Plans|

When Employers Need to Correct Contributions to Employee Benefit Plans

Common plan errors found by employers or during employee benefit plan audits are those relating to the failure to correctly determine or withhold elective deferrals and the exclusion of eligible employees. The timing of when

By |December 20th, 2016|Categories: Assurance, Business Management|

Unrelated Business Income Tax – What a Non-profit Needs to Know

Think your non-profit never has to pay income taxes? Think again. Unrelated Business Income Tax, or UBIT, is a tax imposed on tax-exempt non-profit organizations that generate profit from an activity that: is a trade

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