Small businesses and not-for-profits that received funding through the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan program won’t have to begin payments on the loan until 30 months after the loan was made, the US SBA announced.
The Securities and Exchange Commission will meet Monday to discuss a staff proposal designed to improve and standardize companies’ climate change disclosures for investors.
Recruiting and retention are difficult in an environment where employees have lots of options. Not-for-profits can emphasize their mission and use many other strategies to stay fully staffed.
Two CPAs weigh in on current U.S. economic sentiment — why it’s positive for now in a quarterly AICPA survey but could change quickly.
Inflation and the search for talent top the list of known challenges; Ukraine is one of the unknowns at this point.
The AICPA and CPA.com have selected 10 early-stage technology companies to participate in the 2022 Startup Accelerator.
A report by the Office of the Inspector General found that the US Small Business Administration did not meet the 90-day statutory requirement to remit Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness payments to lenders for loans totaling $66.4 billion.
A CPA leader shares how mentors helped him along the way and the advice he now shares with aspiring CFOs in this podcast episode with transcript.
In part one of a two-part conversation, Calvin Harris explains why the National Urban League was well positioned to receive an increase in donations at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, what the organization did with that revenue, and how he approaches retention and development of employees.
Gartner research underscores the need for CFOs to be decisive in shifting investments to high-value uses.
A recent notice from the US SBA outlines a new process for PPP borrowers to appeal partial loan forgiveness decisions made by their lender.
Author Britt Andreatta, Ph.D., explains why change is difficult and why now is the time for leaders to spend even more time focusing on employee well-being.
Despite pandemic-related concerns about the ability of auditors to work effectively, 98% of audit committee members said in a new survey that audit quality either increased or stayed the same over the past year.
Patience and tenacity are two of the traits Tanner Johnson, CPA, CGMA, values in his journey to becoming a finance executive at Nike. Hear or read more in this podcast episode with transcript.
An EY executive explains how organizations can support their employees’ well-being and why leaders should focus on empathy.
Data from an annual report by executive recruiting firm Crist | Kolder shows that women and racial and ethnic minorities have a greater percentage of leadership roles than in previous years.
A CPA leader and Digital CPA presenter spells out key questions that should be asked in change initiatives in this podcast with transcript.
A recent Digital CPA keynote speaker discusses the profession’s “really interesting inflection point” and shares lessons from innovation leaders from around the world.
A finance leader at Yelp explains “the two hats of the CFO” and some of the ways finance can be more of a value partner for business.
Leaders are employing a range of strategies to keep workers; some save costs elsewhere to invest in employee training and benefits. One-fourth of companies are offering signing bonuses.