Kyle Neeld

Mercadien Webinar Replay: Are You Ready to Submit Your PPP Forgiveness Application?

Frank Pina, CPA, Sherise D. Ritter, CPA, Kyle Neeld, CPA, Managing Directors & Elizabeth LaCorte, CPA, Manager, presented a webinar Are You Ready to Submit Your PPP Forgiveness Application? on Wednesday, July 29th. During the webinar, they went over: Key points of the PPPFA Modifications to provisions related to PPP loan forgiveness, including: Extended covered period…

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Update to Our PPP Loan Forgiveness Implementation Guide

The PPP Loan Program Evolution Continues As suspected back in May when Mercadien published its Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Implementation Guide, many rules have evolved and changed for both borrowers and lenders.  It has been several weeks since we published the original version of this guide.  Over these last several weeks, we have…

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Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Implementation Guide

The PPP Loan Program Evolution Owners of numerous small businesses, including those who are self-employed, applied for potentially forgivable loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) created as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. This program was designed to incentivize employers to maintain payroll and employee headcount throughout the COVID-19…

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Mercadien Webinar Replay: Paycheck Protection Program – What Businesses Should Know

Managing Directors Frank Pina, CPA, Lee D. Boss, CPA, MBA, Sherise D. Ritter, CPA, & Kyle Neeld, CPA, presented a webinar Paycheck Protection Program – What Businesses Should Know on Wednesday, April 8th. During the webinar, they went over: The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and impacts to your business Business eligibility and related requirements for relief Loan…

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The Risk of Medicaid Recovery Audits

In the health and human services sector, the years-long transition in the provider claims payment system – from contracted cost to fee-for-service reimbursement – is nearly complete.  One question that provider agencies now directly billing Medicaid are asking is: “When will we start seeing recovery audits?”  While recovery audits within waivered services in the State…

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Creating a Positive Donor Event Experience

In recent years, experts have cautioned nonprofits against relying too heavily on fundraising events. As it turns out, the cost to raise a dollar through an event is much higher than other methods. Despite this scrutiny, our nonprofit clients still find success with event fundraising. While there are certainly more cost-effective ways to raise money,…

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Streamlining Fundraising Licensure Through a Single Portal Initiative

Nonprofit finance professionals often identify compliance as a significant burden that has become costlier over time, especially within the past two to three years. Ensuring compliance with the various finance-related rules and regulations that govern the sector continuously proves to be a challenge for nonprofits. It can be especially difficult for smaller organizations that depend…

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Assessing Internal Controls

Every organization needs internal controls to safeguard its assets, assure its accounting data is accurate and reliable, promote operational efficiency and encourage compliance with its prescribed policies and procedures. The start of a new year is a good time to take a fresh look at these controls to see how they measure up. A good…

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The Future of Philanthropy is Bright as Millennials Mature

Many organizations operate under the presumption that millennials are not as charitably committed compared to older generations. New research findings are challenging this misconception. Results from a recent study commissioned by Dunham+Company and conducted by Campbell Rinker found that millennials are increasing their donations and charitable commitments as they mature. In this article, we will…

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When Nonprofits are Taxed on Unrelated Business Income

While most nonprofits are operated primarily to be tax exempt, it doesn’t mean they won’t pay business income tax. When nonprofits generate income on unrelated activities, this can result in that

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