For any organization, one of the most crucial tasks is payroll processing with complications paving way as tax regulations as well as compliances. Also, incorrect computation of worker benefits can wreck the timing and accuracy of one’s payroll system. Payroll is a list of particulars of employees of the company including the amount they are to be paid. Human resource, for any organization, is the paramount resource and paying them for the work performed by them is not a choice but an obligation for the organization.
No one wants to allow fraud, which has reputational costs as well as financial ones — but how do you prevent it? Monitoring employees is one common answer, but where does monitoring cross the line into illegal invasion of privacy. In order to deter fraud without putting your company in legal jeopardy, you must understand the boundaries set in employment law.
Balancing competing needs
Employees’ privacy rights are protected by law. Most employment laws attempt to balance employers’ need to protect the company’s assets and maximize productivity with employees’ need to be free from intrusion into their private affairs.
Author: Louise Giles
Charities are constantly having to navigate a changing landscape. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides new data handling considerations for our clients and with it new potential risks. Concurrently, subsidiaries are having to take on new Gift Aid reporting requirements. Further, in our role as auditors, we are frequently advising our clients on year-on-year changes to reporting requirements. Below I summarise the topical key points and provide signposts for more depth of detail.
The Indian Union Budget 2018 has been presented recently in the Indian Parliament.
In the guide linked below, Ashok Maheshwary & Associates LLP presents the highlights of the non-tax proposals of the Indian Union Budget 2018 introduced by the Honourable Finance Minister. This is the last full budget by the current government before the elections. The budget focuses on agriculture, rural economy and healthcare.
Author: Marie Brilmyer
When a nonprofit organization combines with one or more other nonprofits, using the proper accounting treatment depends on if it is deemed a merger or an acquisition. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) differentiate between a merger and an acquisition as follows: