Tagged: Internal Revenue Service

Nursing Home Lawsuits Test Nonprofit Immunity

Nursing Home Lawsuits Test Nonprofit Immunity

Health CareLegalCover Story

A company behind about two dozen nursing homes in Arkansas is facing increasing scrutiny over the nonprofit status of its facilities, which plaintiffs have dismissed as a ploy to avoid liability in cases alleging improper care. read more >

Tax Season Blues (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Tax Season Blues (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

Technically, the new tax law is working as designed: lower tax revenue offset by more borrowing, the benefit of which has flowed primarily to corporations and the wealthiest individuals. But politically, it’s a bust. read more >

401(k) Auto-Enrollment Benefits Employers

401(k) Auto-Enrollment Benefits Employers

Banking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

Automatically enrolling employees in their 401(k) plans, a trend that’s picking up around the United States, can help companies in several ways, according to employee benefits experts in Arkansas. read more >

Tax Changes: The Good, Bad and Quirky

Tax Changes: The Good, Bad and Quirky

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Arkansas Business asked a panel of tax experts for insights on the new code, which was signed by President Donald J. Trump in late December. After hitting the highlights, they delved into provisions that surprised them. read more >

Charitable Giving in the US Declines

Charitable Giving in the US Declines

Fewer Americans appear to be giving to charity, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s 2017 report on charitable giving, “How America Gives Special Report: Breaking the Charity Habit.” read more >

CARTI Docs Again Get Highest Nonprofit Salaries

CARTI Docs Again Get Highest Nonprofit Salaries

Business ListHealth CareLegal

Oncologists from Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute again dominate the list of the state’s highest-paid nonprofit employees, occupying four of the top five positions with total compensation of $1.57 million to $2.3 million in the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2016. read more >

Dispute Over Taxes Tears Family Apart

Dispute Over Taxes Tears Family Apart

Banking & FinanceLegalCover Story

Roger and Shirley Bailey of Scott have become enmeshed in bitter legal fights with their youngest son Jeffrey, stemming from who should have paid payroll taxes for their business Rig-Up Electrical Services Inc. read more >