Management

PPP2 and Additional COVID-19 Relief

Ask the Accountant On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (“Act”), providing an additional $900 billion in COVID-19 relief to American businesses, nonprofits, and households. There are several provisions in the legislation, which take effect immediately, and will impact many of our clients. Below, we’re …

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Essential Social Media Etiquette Techniques

Navigating Your Social Media Presence With the constant evolution of social media, sometimes it can feel impossible to keep on top of current etiquette and best practices, but practicing good social media etiquette doesn’t have to be daunting! Try these quick and easy social media guidelines to help take the …

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Get Fitters “in the Zone”

Webinar Series Focuses on Sprinkler Fitter Training A new webinar series focused on fitters’ continued workforce development has been prepared by American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) in collaboration with its four California chapters to educate fire sprinkler contractors across the nation on installation issues. These webinars, which are recorded for …

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Invest in Your Fitters

Curriculum Produces a Well-Trained Workforce With the unprecedented events of the last few months on everyone’s minds and the country beginning to slowly reopen as Americans get back to work, poising your company for success through education has never been more vital than it is now. How companies emerge from …

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Ask the Accountant

Important Reminder for the New Tax Year Working as an employee it is easy to forget about paying Uncle Sam. Taxes are withheld from each paycheck before it ever even hits the bank account and not much thought is ever given to it. At least not until the coveted W-2 …

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Is a Recession Coming?

Five Ways to Prepare Your Business Much has been said about the state of the United States’ economy and its long-term forecast. Is it bullish or bearish? Trade wars. Inverted yield curves. Despite record employment, there are signs that the U.S. economy is weakening and that a market correction—perhaps not …

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