Member Since: Apr 13th 2015
Apr 8th 2020
The guidance from AICPA is to NOT charge for that particular service/advice.
Apr 7th 2020
Not sure if this helps, we've been watching this evolve and new guidance will come out even after this: https://www.cpa.com/news/aicpa-coalition-recommends-ppp-applicants-use-g...
There is also this FAQ from the Treasury https://home.treasury.gov/system/files/136/Paycheck-Protection-Program-F...
Mar 14th 2019
Ryan, you actually work for an M&A firm, not a CPA firm so are you asking this for a prospect or client looking to sell their firm in the next 5 years?
Mar 19th 2018
Our Excel contributor David Ringstrom who basically has All of the Excel copy on our site going back for several years. Every Excel article you see on our site will be from him, he is a CPA and teaches courses on all aspects of practical and technical Excel use
Feb 14th 2018
Our guidelines are clear on this on the Community page.
May 4th 2017
You should also post this on AccountingWEB.co.UK
Apr 10th 2017
Thank you for the question, and it's a good one. While I'm certain many in our audience can answer aspects of this for you, we also have a running blog series called Starting from Scratch (https://www.accountingweb.com/content/starting-from-scratch) that could be of use to you. All the best!
Jun 1st 2016
Lee, you may want to post this as a separate question. It could elicit more responses.
Jan 27th 2016
Could you form this question a bit more clearly? It is clear you are trying to protect the companies involved, but in doing so what you want to know is not. Thank you.
Nov 18th 2015
Thank you for your note, Denis. I believe our regular contributor and Excel expert David Ringstrom can best answer this for you.