“Is my company required to submit an Incurred Cost Proposal to DCAA?” We hear this question all the time, and not everyone likes the answer! Here’s what Sona Noss, VP

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What’s the difference between a consultant and a subcontractor? Most assume that the answer depends on the type of vendor, and that a consultant is an independent contractor or 1099,

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Congratulations to our friends at Research Innovations for making Washington Technology’s Fast 50 list for 2016!  We’ve enjoyed watching your firm achieve this extraordinary growth and hope that it continues

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Many government contractors ask why tuition reimbursement is considered a fringe benefit, but some professional certifications, conferences, and training often fall under overhead or G&A.  How do you differentiate the

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If you’re using QuickBooks Online, you’ll probably have learned that accounts, classes, recurring journal entries, items, customers and vendors could not be inactivated—the only option was to delete it.  Recently,

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To our Federal Government contractor friends with a fiscal year end of December 31, have you completed your FY2015 Incurred Cost Submission? Incurred Cost Submissions are due to DCAA within

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