The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of daily life, so preparing for your company or nonprofit organization’s audit may have some significant differences this year, considering the remote environment that many of us are working in today.
I recently attended the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber’s 8th Annual 2021 Central NJ Real Estate Forecast. I joined nearly 300 others virtually for a very insightful discussion from some of the industry’s top experts.
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans have been a lifeline for many nonprofit organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with these much-needed funds comes the question of how to account for the loan proceeds and subsequent forgiveness of the loan.
With 2020 now in the rearview mirror, it’s a good time to start thinking about the documents you’ll need to prepare your tax return. It can be a lot to keep track of, so we’ve provided a handy checklist of documents to keep an eye out for or to start collecting over the next couple of weeks, as the 2021 tax filing season officially kicks off on February 12th.
The financial and operational challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic continue to persist into another year. The seemingly endless number of government orders has forced many to operate in a limited capacity, or in some cases, close altogether.
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans have been a lifeline for many businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with these much-needed funds comes the question of how to account for the loan proceeds and subsequent forgiveness of the loan.
Business owners rely on their accountant to file taxes, provide them with reliable financial advice, and guide them on how to grow and operate their business. Working with the right accountant can make a big difference in the economic well-being of your business.