Empathy is an important part of leadership, but sometimes you must directly challenge someone to improve even as you continue supporting them, writes Dana Theus. "Coaching feedback doesn't tell someone how to do something, but creates a safe space within which they can try, fail and succeed to figure it out themselves," she writes.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance on a temporary rule that allows a 100% deduction for eligible restaurant meals in 2021 and 2022. The guidance defines "restaurant" for these purposes and explains when a 50% limitation continues to apply.
The Small Business Administration opened its application portal for the $16.25 billion Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program Thursday but shut it down for repairs because of "technical difficulties" that prevented the platform from accepting applications. The SBA says it is temporarily shutting down the portal while it works with the platform's vendors to solve the problem.
Hear advice for not-for-profits related to tax and Paycheck Protection Program applications, along with why one pioneering CPA's role model was her sister, in this podcast episode.
The AICPA has released recommendations for practitioners concerning issues that have arisen because of postponement of the April 15 tax deadline for individuals.
Rep. Lloyd Smucker, R-Pa., will introduce a bill that would push back the due date for first-quarter estimated tax payments to May 17 from April 15. The AICPA has expressed support for the bill.
Despite instructions otherwise, employees might click on links or attachments in emails that contain malicious code, and a study by GreatHorn suggests ransomware is on the rise. Here are three strategies for protecting your company from cyberattacks.
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