In the blogs: Loan wolves

The latest on PPP; retirement drawdowns; goals of your practice; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

In the blogs: Loan wolves


AICPA offers guidance on third-party assessment engagements

Technical questions and answers offer non-authoritative guidance on the steps practitioners should follow.

AICPA offers guidance on third-party assessment engagements


Withum pledges to 'Stay Connected' in annual meeting

The Top 100 Firm embraced togetherness for its staff members in the year ahead despite the ongoing limits of the coronavirus pandemic.

Withum pledges to 'Stay Connected' in annual meeting


2021: Will this be your year of good strategy, bad strategy or no strategy at all?

Often the hardest part about developing a new habit is just getting started.

2021: Will this be your year of good strategy, bad strategy or no strategy at all?


Whistleblowing soars to record with Americans working from home

The work-from-home phenomenon has triggered a fresh frustration for U.S. corporations: Americans are blowing the whistle on their employers like never before.

Whistleblowing soars to record with Americans working from home


Colleges paying top dollar for coaches will pay extra to IRS

Highly paid college sports coaches and hospital executives are among the nonprofit employees the Internal Revenue Service is targeting in the final version of a tax-law regulation.

Colleges paying top dollar for coaches will pay extra to IRS


Improper revenue recognition pervades financial fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission has been launching enforcement actions against various types of financial fraud schemes, with improper revenue recognition seen as the most common type of fraud, according to a new analysis.

Improper revenue recognition pervades financial fraud


IRS reports progress on Taxpayer First Act compliance

The Internal Revenue Service sent a set of recommendations to Congress for how it plans to carry out the far-reaching set of reforms.

IRS reports progress on Taxpayer First Act compliance


Tax advisory market lost $3B globally in 2020 due to coronavirus

Tax advisory firms took a projected $3 billion hit on their revenues around the world last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report.

Tax advisory market lost B globally in 2020 due to coronavirus


SBA and Treasury reopen Paycheck Protection Program

The U.S. Small Business Administration and the Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program on Monday to new borrowers, prioritizing loans from community lenders.

SBA and Treasury reopen Paycheck Protection Program