Eileen Sherr, CPA, CGMA, describes her work with state CPA societies as they advocate with state tax authorities for coronavirus-related taxpayer relief at the state and local level, and resources for keeping track of each jurisdiction’s response.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
Jonathan Flack, CPA, the U.S. family business services leader at PwC, discusses the struggles family businesses are facing during the current economic crisis, as well as the unique strengths that can help them weather hard times such as these.
Julie Killian, CPA, a shareholder at Clayton & McKervey in Michigan, shares steps smaller businesses can take to improve their financial standing and increase their chances of staying afloat.
Chris Hesse, CPA, the AICPA Tax Executive Committee chair, analyzes how the CARES Act's provisions allowing carryback of net operating losses for 2018 through 2020 interact with other new provisions.
Mary May, principal, and Stephanie Howard, client accounting services manager, at tonneson + co, discuss how client accounting services can benefit both firms and clients, and share their best advice for firms that are looking to add or expand their offerings in this area.
A board full of experienced members may have expertise, but it also can become stale. A corporate governance expert shares advice for companies to keep their boards fresh.
You’re likely to have questions about the Paycheck Protection Program loans offered by the U.S. Small Business Administration. This podcast episode has some answers.
The consequences of the coronavirus on financial statement preparation and auditing are complex. Two CPAs share guidance for preparers and practitioners.
Coronavirus is an opportunity for fraudsters to take advantage of fear and confusion. Elizabeth Woodward, CPA/CFF, and Howard Silverstone, CPA/CFF, discuss how accountants can identify and prevent coronavirus-related fraud.
A finance professional working in local government shares how she has adapted to the new work-from-home reality many of us are experiencing.