Experts say the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act prompted by the pandemic provided short-term aid but created new tax uncertainties, which led business owners to seek advice from professionals.
Tim Anderson, principal at the Schererville office of CliftonLarsonAllen, says businesses are seeking financial experts to help navigate pandemic response programs and forecast the rest of 2020.
As technology gets more complex and business compliance requirements increase, CPAs find they need to offer more complex services to clients.
With 2020 around the corner, Northwest Indiana experts say taxpayers should get a jump on tax-code changes both large and small.
Kruggel Lawton CPAs is expanding in Elkhart County with the opening of a full-service office in Goshen in October.
Tax cuts bring business benefits, accounting complexities On Dec. 22, 2017, President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law. Passed by the House of Representatives on Dec. 19 and then the Senate three days later, the bill makes widespread changes to the Internal Revenue Code. Since then, the nation has had […]