Coronavirus Relief Funds Still Available for Healthcare Providers

The CARES Act allocated $100 billion to the Public Health and Social Service Emergency Fund (or ‘Provider Relief Fund’) to remain available until expended. The purpose of the funds is to prevent, prepare… Read More »

What to Do When the Date of Marriage is Hard to Pin Down

Dissecting Basic Complexities of the Date of Marriage During Divorces Each divorce has its own set of special circumstances and/or complexities that need to be addressed in order to properly perform a… Read More »

What Is The Employee Retention Credit? (ERC)

Per the IRS, the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is a fully refundable tax credit for employers equal to 50 percent of qualified wages (including allocable qualified health plan expenses) that Eligible… Read More »

Gift Cards: Great for Cash Flow, An Accounting Headache

How FASB aims to address this issue Gift cards and reward programs have been known to be one of the top revenue generators for restaurants and retailers. But people tend to forget about their gift cards,… Read More »

Divorce: What’s Yours, Mine, or Ours?

4 Basic Considerations Used to Identify Characterization of Assets During Divorces The topic of divorce is rarely a welcome one during an average conversation. However, for some people, divorce is something… Read More »

COVID’s Impact on Business Valuation

What business valuation professionals need to consider when valuing your business. With the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has changed dramatically, and every business has been impacted in one way or another. At… Read More »

Steps to Surviving a Cash Flow Shortage – Cash Flow Management Part 5

Even successful businesses have times when they lack the cash to pay short-term commitments. The key to mitigating any risk is identifying the risk and then creating processes and controls to protect yourself. The… Read More »

Managing Payables – Cash Flow Management Part 4

Gross sales growth can blind business owners to a multitude of problems. Managing a growing company requires keeping a disciplined focus on keeping expenses and overhead under control. It is easy to be… Read More »

Improving Receivables - Cash Flow Management Part 3

Receivables are not a problem for point of sale businesses, but are an ongoing concern for service based companies as most vendors do provide payment at the point of invoicing.  Depending on your invoicing… Read More »

Projecting Future Cash Flows - Cash Flow Management Part 2

Cash shortages can be the result of poor planning and is one of the primary reasons businesses fail.  For this reason, developing a strong cash flow projection process creates a firm foundation of planning… Read More »

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