July 15 Filing Date — Not to Move

What’s called a difficult decision is a difficult decision because either way you go, there are penalties. -Elia Kazan To advocate effectively on our members’ behalf and deliver the [...]

5 tips for working from home with kids

Remember “Take Your Child to Work Day”? For many of us, that’s become every day. The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down offices, leaving professionals to carve out workspaces in [...]

5 must-have tax tools before July 15

Have you seen the memes or cartoons on social media that joke about how days and months are non-distinct during quarantine? While sheltering in place, we’ve had a vague notion of time. But [...]

Turn challenges of sheltering-in-place into opportunities

This pandemic has rocked our world and the digital accelerator was pushed to the floorboard. We’re not going back to business as usual before COVID-19, and this presents opportunities for [...]

3 estate planning conversations to have now

The coronavirus pandemic has encouraged people with existing estate plans to consider reviewing and modifying them, and people without plans to develop them. Regardless of your client’s [...]

Considerations before reopening your office

Reopening your office isn’t as simple as unlocking the office door. Consider several factors before jumping to any reopening decision, starting with a couple of questions: Are our employees [...]

AICPA Economic Outlook Survey documents deep impact of pandemic

The AICPA released its quarterly Business & Industry Economic Outlook Survey yesterday and the results, unsurprisingly, weren’t pretty. With commercial activity hobbled by [...]

July 15 filing date — To move or not to move

“… there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” — William Shakespeare I work for a membership organization, and representing our members’ best [...]

Future-proofing the tax system with small businesses in mind

Life has quickly changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The responses from Congress, the Department of Treasury, IRS and Federal Reserve have been wide ranging. The coronavirus has caused [...]

AICPA survey highlights gaps in Americans’ disaster prep

It’s understandable that as most Americans focus on the COVID-19 pandemic, the risk of natural disasters may not be top of mind. However, with the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season [...]