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The AICPA is requesting that all licensed or registered CPA firms be exempted from forthcoming rules that require beneficial ownership information to be reported by small businesses to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Source: JOA News Read More here – AICPA seeks exemption for CPA firms from expected beneficial ownership registryRead More
The Restaurant Revitalization Fund received more than 186,000 applications from restaurants and other eligible businesses the first two days after its application window opened May 3. Source: JOA News Read More here – SBA unveils initial Restaurant Revitalization Fund resultsRead More
As pandemic relief adds to funding that needs to be considered in a single audit, it’s important to remember that the rules in the Uniform Guidance still prevail. Source: JOA News Read More here – Single audit: Pandemic aid and major program determinationsRead More
Artificial intelligence and machine learning can drive more efficient operations and more effective growth for manufacturers. Here’s how the technology is being used to monitor for defects, schedule preventive maintenance and improve forecasting accuracy. Source: JOA News Read More here – AI presents opportunities for cost optimization in manufacturingRead More
The SBA has informed lenders that it is no longer accepting new applications from most lenders for the Paycheck Protection Program because the $292 billion program’s general fund is nearly exhausted. Source: JOA News Read More here – SBA stops accepting new PPP applications from most lenders as general funds run outRead More