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.
Design experts help companies implement new safety precautions as they rethink work spaces during the pandemic while considering changes that might become permanent additions to future designs.
HR professional Cyndi Harbin says companies should create action plans for keeping employees safe as they return to the office from shelter-in-place orders.
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.
Mark Bates, president of Pinnacle Insurance Group of Indiana in Crown Point, offers guidance about keeping employees safe as they come back to office after shelter-in-place orders.
Experts say companies that permitted remote working were ahead of the curve and prepared to deal with the impact of stay-at-home orders during the caronavirus crisis. Firms that weren’t, however, sought expertise to quickly adapt to the situation.
For every economic downturn, there’s a recovery, and experts say lulls are the best time to plan for the bounce back. Staying at home doesn’t mean standing still, experts said. Nor should it mean ending marketing efforts.
Real-world work experience not only looks good on a resume, it helps students get a head start on their careers.
A partnership between Indiana Grown and Purdue University could lead to new strategies to help the state’s agriculture industry make more money.
As technology gets more complex and business compliance requirements increase, CPAs find they need to offer more complex services to clients.