Generative AI, Practice Transformation, Capacity and Leadership Headline DCPA23 Conference
Creating a Budget for College Expenses: Tips for Clients
Billionaire Tax Rests on a Disputed $14,729 Tax Refund at the U.S. Supreme Court
AICPA Debuts Proposed Reporting Framework for Issuers of Stablecoins
VA Benefits Recipients Will Receive Coronavirus Stimulus Payments, No Action Required
Veterans and their beneficiaries who receive Compensation and Pension (C&P) benefit payments from VA will receive a $1,200 Economic Impact Payment with no further action needed on their part. Timing on the payments is still being determined.
IRS Offers Guidance on Paid Sick Leave and Family Leave During Coronavirus
The FFCRA covers the costs of this paid leave by providing small businesses with refundable tax credits. Certain self-employed individuals in similar circumstances are entitled to similar credits.
Chart Shows which States Received the Most PPP Loans
During the first 10 days of the federal government’s small-business rescue program, the spigot was wide open in Nebraska. Firms there got enough money to cover about three-fourths of the state’s eligible payrolls. It was a different picture in New York.
Coronavirus: How Accounting Firms Are Adjusting Their Business Operations
Specifically, researchers asked a group of 15 influential individuals working in local, regional and international public accounting firms about when they recognized the seriousness of the crisis, how the pandemic has affected their client and ...
Apps We Love April 2020: Apps For Working From Home
Since so many of us are now working from home, we thought it would be appropriate to survey members of the CPA Practice Advisor community to find out what apps they are using to make working from home more effective.
The Tax Blotter – April 2020
The Tax Blotter is a roundup of recent tax news and court rulings.
As PPP Runs Dry, AICPA Urges Additional Funding for Paycheck Protection Program
With reports that the PPP’s initial $349 billion pool of funds will be fully subscribed as early as today, the need for quick and decisive action by Congress is clear. Small businesses are the nation’s economic engine and supporting and stabilizing ...
How Self-Employed Can Use the Paycheck Protection Plan
At last, The Treasury issued guidance related to self-employed individuals and how the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) applies to them. If you remember, the initial CARES Act language included 1099s as part of payroll costs for small businesses ...