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This article discusses ways those in public-sector finance can handle public perceptions of spending on things like travel and overtime without compromising on the work they need to do.
Businesses and not-for-profits that received $2 million or more in PPP loans must complete one of two new loan necessity questionnaires the SBA is sending to lenders for distribution to borrowers.
Most plan to keep their current real estate, but they are reimagining what that space could look like.
A new standard and the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic make auditing revenue recognition difficult. These tips can help.
The IRS said it was revising its procedures to help taxpayers who cannot pay their taxes because of the pandemic. The new program is called the Taxpayer Relief Initiative.
This article outlines steps CPAs should consider when developing strategic audit plans for their own clients.
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For a limited time, taxpayers have flexibility for using net operating losses.
Taxpayers under financial duress caused by the pandemic can avoid penalties.