War Story 120-B

Topic: Fraudulent PPP loans

Services: Tax return preparation

Russ Erickson, CPA, knew something was wrong when the IRS began rejecting tax returns he had prepared and submitted for some of his clients. When he contacted the IRS, they suspected that the clients’ Social Security Numbers (SSNs) had already been used for fraudulent tax returns, indicating that data had been breached at some point.

Sourcing a Strong Candidate Pool Is Pushing Firms Outside Their Comfort Zone

Employee and candidate demands for a flexible schedule and/or remote working environment are pushing accounting firms outside of their comfort zone as they try to remain competitive. Firms that have not in the past considered allowing employees to work in a remote environment, citing security and control reasons, are now finding themselves with a limited local candidate pool and the threat of an employee exodus in search of a more flexible work environment.

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  • 07 Jan

    War Story 120-A

    Topic: Fraud, PPP loan

    Services: Tax return preparation, financial st... read more

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    War Story 120-B

    Topic: Fraudulent PPP loans

    Services: Tax return preparation
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