Email cyber-attacksThe email looks legitimate and trustworthy, and it appears to be from someone you know, such as a long-term client of the firm. The client requests a change in bank accounts and routing numbers to send a tax refund to the new account. Or the client requests a wire transfer of client funds to a new bank account.
Here are some reasons why CPAs should always contact their insurance carrier or agent for expert guidance:
CAMICO financials remain sound after five consecutive years, 2010 through 2014, in which CAMICO’s net income and policyholder surplus have grown. All key financial ratios have not only returned to the normal levels of the years prior to 2008, but these ratios have improved to levels greater than the best years in CAMICO’s history.
CAMICO was recently honored by the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants (WSCPA) as the society’s 2014-2015 Business of the Year.
In the preceding issue of IMPACT (103), we asked readers to complete a brief survey to help CAMICO better understand the social media habits and practices of our policyholders. Here are highlights of the survey results:
CAMICO offers several hours of free CPE to policyholders each year through webcasts on the LearnLive platform (https://university.learnlive.com/camico). We provide education on risk management specifically for CPA firms, brought to you by our experts, many of whom are CPAs themselves. You won’t find this level of expertise and depth of risk management content anywhere else.
CAMICO webcasts are an outstanding way to fulfill CPE requirements, and they offer a number of advantages. For example, our webcasts:
The Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Choice Improvement Act of 2015 changes the due dates for partnership and corporate income tax returns as well as for FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR), among other items.
The marijuana industry is a prime example of a “current, emerging and future” risk area, given the number of perplexing difficulties CPAs face when trying to assess the special considerations pertaining to marijuana business clients and to the CPA firms that service such clients. At the heart of the difficulties is the split between federal law, under which marijuana is basically illegal, and the laws in states where voters or legislators have approved measures to allow the use of marijuana for medical and/or recreational purposes.