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    Disaster Planning in the Post-COVID-19 'New Normal'

    by Patrick Hardy | Aug 10, 2021
    The global impact of COVID-19 has required accounting practice management teams and their corporate teams around the world to adapt quickly and recognize the importance of a robust disaster plan. But, what kinds of plans need to be created, and how should they be maintained and implemented in the "new normal"? One of the world's premier emergency response planners in small business shares best-practices for accounting firm management teams, corporate executives, and their teams.
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    Microaggressions: What are they and how can you respond?

    by Aftab Erfan | Apr 26, 2021
    What are microaggressions? Often quick or seemingly easy to ignore, microaggressions are brief and/or subtle actions, remarks, or visual cues in our everyday interactions that communicate negative ideas or stereotypes about a group of people – usually a socially marginalized group.
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    Cross-Border Tax Issues for Inbound Companies

    by Mike Smith, Kyle Dawley, and Jill Boland | Apr 23, 2021
    For many inbound companies, U.S. tax law can present a significant challenge. The decisions made today about global tax structure, financing of U.S. operations, and intercompany transactions can have far-reaching — and sometimes unintended — tax implications. Read on for strategies to help avoid typical pitfalls.
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    Creditworthiness Verifications for Clients Who Received PPP Loans

    by Duncan B. Will | Apr 23, 2021
    Our firm is receiving an uptick in requests from lenders for creditworthiness verifications for clients who received loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). How should we respond?
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    Serving in the State of Busyness

    by Jared Theis | Apr 22, 2021
    Many of us serve across our communities, families, and workplaces, and we all do it for different reasons, even out of necessity. A colleague of mine once advised me, “Don’t just pick a cause for your résumé or because you feel compelled to give back. Find something you care about, so you can both benefit from the involvement.”
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