Below is a list of assurance publications related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its business impact.
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By Jeff Koweno, CPA, Assurance Partner, and Calvin Rowland, CPA, Assurance Partner On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act. Under the CARES Act, the Small Business Administration began offering loans under … Continued
In this episode of “Accounting for COVID-19,” we sit down with Kristen Brown, HoganTaylor Assurance Senior Manager, to discuss the details of the Main Street Lending Program. Kristen walks us through the key aspects of the program, who is eligible, … Continued
By Shawn Richardson, CPA, Assurance Principal at HoganTaylor LLP and Kristen Brown, CPA, Assurance Senior Manager at HoganTaylor LLP On April 30, 2020, the Federal Reserve announced the expansion of the scope and eligibility for the Main Street Lending Program … Continued
In this episode of “Accounting for COVID-19,” we sit down with Sara Harris, HoganTaylor Consulting Manager, to discuss reintegrating the workforce back into the office during COVID-19. With offices reopening around the country, Sara focuses on how employees can work … Continued
In this episode of “Accounting for COVID-19,” we sit down with Mike Moore, partner at Friday Eldredge & Clark law firm, to discuss the legal issues, or “Rules of Engagement,” for reopening businesses. Moore answers questions and discusses choices that … Continued
In this episode of “Accounting for COVID-19,” we sit down with Calvin Rowland, HoganTaylor Assurance Partner, to discuss the accounting and financial reporting issues surrounding COVID-19. Calvin dives into companies’ major risks and uncertainties, loss contingencies, and the going concern … Continued
By Calvin Rowland, Assurance Partner, HoganTaylor LLP Many small and mid-size companies and nonprofit organizations are in financial reporting purgatory. They have not yet issued their December 31 year-end financial statements but live in a world that is completely different … Continued