CPAs have an opportunity to improve their workplaces and communities amid a racial justice movement that began in response to police killings of Black and African Americans.
Follow this road map for launching a coaching program that can help your organization improve retention while developing future leaders and building staff members’ skills.
Not-for-profits face challenges related to funding, operations and strategy as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. These tips can help resolve issues related to the PPP, accounting and other topics.
Borrowers and their CPA advisers may be eager to move ahead with the Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness process, but there are still many unsettled issues to consider.
Women are more likely to succeed if they have role models, are able to find sponsors, and receive opportunities for training and high-profile assignments. Panelists at ENGAGE 2020 also discussed how barriers to advancement are intensified for women of color.
The Institute of Internal Auditors issued a major update to the Three Lines of Defense model that has been popular in risk management and governance processes for years.
Borrowers can apply for forgiveness of Paycheck Protection Program loans by using a new, free AICPA tool that CPA firms can also use to serve their clients. The tool will produce all government-required forms automatically.
A lawyer with years of experience advising companies on crisis management shares current and future legal risks organizations should be considering.
The Federal Reserve board announced that it has made changes to the Main Street Lending Program to allow more participation from not-for-profits, including educational institutions, hospitals and social service organizations.
A pivot to producing a different type of alcohol as well as successful application for a PPP loan meant that Sons of Liberty could continue to pay its staff and gave it time to reimagine its business model.
The U.S. SBA closed the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advance program after exhausting the $20 billion in funding provided by Congress.
Economic Injury Disaster Loans can provide small businesses with low-interest pandemic assistance over a 30-year term. To help their businesses and clients, CPAs need to understand the key terms that these loans provide.
A surge in passion on issues of racial justice, diversity and inclusion has led to opportunities for CPAs to lead meaningful change. Members of the AICPA National Commission on Diversity and Inclusion share best practices for CPAs who are eager to support change.
The SBA and Treasury published a trove of loan-level data about the Paycheck Protection Program. The release includes the names of all PPP recipients that received loans for $150,000 or more.
President Donald Trump signed a bill Saturday re-opening the application window for Paycheck Protection Program loans until Aug. 8. The five-week extension is intended to keep assistance available to struggling small businesses while Congress works on a new, more targeted program.
Tom Hood, CPA/CITP, CGMA, shares what the pandemic-fueled acceleration of work-from-home practices means for business in the future.
Updated guidance issued by the Treasury Department and the U.S. SBA addresses PPP loan maturity dates for all borrowers as well as maximum loan amounts for certain self-employed individuals.
With new guidance and extensions on use of funds, US businesses seek and find financial boosts in overall uncertain times.
New Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) guidance declares that PPP recipients can apply for loan forgiveness early but that doing so could cost them money.
The SBA and Treasury announced an agreement with the bipartisan leaders of the Senate Small Business Committee to publish the names and amount ranges for all recipients of Paycheck Protection Program loans of $150,000 or more.