Treasury and the SBA released 18 FAQs to help facilitate funding of small businesses under the PPP. The AICPA applauds the additional clarity, which aligns with many of the recommendations recently made by the AICPA and an AICPA-led coalition.
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Five CPA firms of different sizes outline their plans for staying in touch with clients during the pandemic and ensuring they get the vital information they need.
The AICPA issued a statement clarifying that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act prohibits CPAs and accounting firms from collecting fees from small business clients they help apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
When partners are on the same page, firms propel forward, as opposed to remaining stagnant.
Accountants weigh in on what their business-owner clients are going through and how they’re providing a reassuring voice and pragmatic advice during a challenging time.
The coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a flood of tax, audit and other accounting-related questions. Webinars offer CPAs an efficient way to tackle topics affecting large numbers of clients, staff or other stakeholders.
A finance professional working in local government shares how she has adapted to the new work-from-home reality many of us are experiencing.
CPA firms will be challenged by changes in technology and demographics over the next 10 years. In this video, three CPA firm leaders talk about how firms can meet these challenges.
An AICPA-led coalition is urging quick government action to avert layoffs and allow small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic to continue paying workers. A key step is a federal payroll funding account that small business payroll processors could use to get money directly to employees.
A firm’s mission is in its purpose, its vision is its destination, and the two go hand-in-hand, according to Jennifer Wilson, co-founder and partner with ConvergenceCoaching.
Leaders should understand not only how to provide effective feedback but how to receive it as well.
This article explores the reasons firms should move to remote work management on an ongoing basis and why resisting remote work and service delivery can place a firm at a competitive disadvantage.
A move by regulators to ease certain restrictions for borrowers in good standing will facilitate loan modifications linked to the coronavirus pandemic. But borrowers will need to act fast to secure relief while still in good standing with their lenders, which has been defined as being less than 30 days past due on contractual payments at the time a modification is implemented.
Businesses and not-for-profits with fewer than 500 employees can seek to borrow up to $2 million to cover coronavirus-related loss of revenue in declared disaster areas.
CPAs who run virtual firms share their top tips for educating clients about online meetings and holding successful virtual meetings.
Today’s rapid rate of change makes detailed multiyear digital transformation plans difficult, says Dan Griffiths, CPA, CGMA. A better approach is to set a long-term vision, then plan and execute it in two-week sprints.
An expert outlines three of the top external cyberthreats accounting firms face and provides pointers on how to reduce a firm’s risk of becoming a victim.
A CPA firm’s IT director shares advice for organizations to assess and set up longer-term remote work in the wake of coronavirus concerns.
As the coronavirus pandemic leads to staff scattering, here is expert advice on what firms can do to make remote working work.
Best practices for serving NextGen buyers include providing insights, expertise, and advice, according to Jennifer Wilson, co-founder and partner with ConvergenceCoaching.