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Keep this checklist in mind as you find someone to manage your books. May 5, 2020 3 min read This story appears in the April 2020 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » 1. Stress Your Unique Needs From Frank Leggio, audit & assurance partner, Deloitte & Touche You need a firm that can support your specific operation
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Yesterday, Pascal Saint-Amans, the Director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration at the OECD, announced that the negotiation timeline for new digital taxation proposals has been impacted by the pandemic. Previously, governments were expected to agree on a set of policies by early July in order to have an implementation plan by the
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Many companies are being hurt by social distancing safety rules due to the coronavirus and investors may want to reevaluate whether to own their stocks, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday. “Social distancing is going to be the answer why you have to sell certain stocks,” Cramer said. For companies that need to invest heavily to help
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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has sold all its airline stocks, but retail investors at TD Ameritrade were buying them in April, according to JJ Kinahan, the firm’s chief market strategist.  “Nobody in their right mind normally fades Mr. Buffett, but with that being said, I think people are buying these and saying, ‘OK, this has to be a longer-time-frame
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Fertnig | E+ | Getty Images People who receive Supplemental Security Income or Department of Veterans Affairs benefits have just one more day to supply the federal government with information on any qualifying dependents who should be included in their stimulus payments. Millions of stimulus payments are in the process of being deployed to Americans.
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The International Federation of Accountants has published a roadmap for transforming small and medium-sized accounting practices in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic and moving them into the future. IFAC’s ‘‘Practice Transformation Action Plan – A Roadmap to the Future’’ focuses on four main areas for firms: embrace change, leverage technology, focus on talent