Jake Orr, a senior Accounting major at Elon University, returns to the GCM Burlington office for the 2015 - '16 academic year.
In the non-profit world, securing grants can be a huge part of an organization’s fundraising plan. Applying for grants is tedious and time-consuming work, and there is never a guarantee that you will be funded. Still, over 50 billion dollars are awarded every year through foundations and corporate grants, so the incentive to apply is high.
With the holiday season upon us, so many are shopping for gifts, decorating, planning festive meals, and taking part in annual traditions. For non-profit organizations, this is a great time to capture the energy of the season and encourage others to give back, whether through donations, volunteer work, or advocacy
GCM's Joy Klenke was recently named Board Chair for The Servant Center of Greensboro, NC.
On Friday, September 18, 2015 members of the GCM team participated in "CPA Day of Service," a statewide event hosted by the North Carolina Association of CPAs.
For tax years beginning in 2014, the new IRS regulations on tangible property are effective. The tangible property regulations govern the tax treatment of amounts paid to acquire, produce, or improve tangible property. The regulations explain when those payments can be deducted, which confers an immediate tax benefit, and when they must be capitalized. The [...]