Articles Tagged - Audits

How to Avoid Tax Penalties on Complimentary Hotel Breakfasts

By Wiss, Posted in State & Local Tax Services

By Mark Feldstein When is a free meal not really free? When a New York State hotel is offering a complimentary breakfast to its guests. While complimentary breakfasts are free – in a sense – to your guests, if your hotel is audited, you could get a tax bill. And the tax penalties for months – or years – of presumed “tax-free” food can add up. New York sales tax and occupancy tax returns are, in most circumstances, subject to audit for up to three years, longer if fraud... read more.

What to Look for When Hiring a 401(k) Plan Auditor

By Wiss, Posted in Employee Benefit Plan Audits

By Craig Erickson  As the number of participants in your company’s 401(k) plan grows, at some point the plan will require an audit. Also known as an employee benefit plan (EBP) audit, the U.S. Department of Labor generally requires one when the number of participants in your employee benefit plan reaches 100, though there are some exceptions.  This audit, a result of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, assesses whether an employer’s plan has the liquidity to meet cur... read more.

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