Tax, Accounting, and Small Business Resource Center

We’ve pulled together some resources that are specific to our “new normal.” As the news is extremely fluid, please note that some of these articles will go out of date quickly or will need to be adapted to our current circumstances.

Friday Biz Talk

Join Gary DeHart and I every Friday for Friday Biz Talk where we’ll take your questions and focus on four things:

  • Communicating with Your Clients
  • How to Help Your Clients
  • Ideas for our new normal (keeping it broad here)
  • Resources specific to our current times (I will add your links to my resources page)

Friday Biz Talk Archive

For Accountants to Help Their Small Business Clients – Cash Flow Specific

The first place to go is always your bank.  Here are some additional resources specifically related to cash flow.

Intuit: Help your clients understand their current and future cash position with the new QuickBooks Cash Flow

SBA Assistance: Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

Gusto compiled a comprehensive list of resources in a spreadsheet: COVID-19 Loan and Relief Resources for Small Businesses

For Accountants to Help Their Small Business Clients – Other than Cash Flow

Article by Ed Kless – Questions to Ask Your Small Business Clients Related to a Business Interruption

For Accountants That Are Stressed or Anxious

Tips for Stress-Reduction (no sign-up required):
Melt Your Stress: 30 Science-Based Strategies to Boost Your Health and Happiness

For Tax Professionals

IRS Coronavirus Announcements

There’s nothing like new legislation in the middle of tax season! Join your favorite tax attorney, Bradley Burnett for his take on the new laws just signed this week, Tax Effects of Coronavirus: Congress and IRS Open the Floodgates; Little Droplets Have Hit the Fan. $59 early bird, 1 Tax CPE, IRS CE.

Tax Effects of Coronavirus: Congress and IRS Open the Floodgates; Little Droplets Have Hit the Fan.