WEBINAR: 2021 EBP Audit Update


Change is coming to your employee benefit plan audit. Are you prepared? Each audit of employee benefit plan (EBP) financial statements covered by The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) ending on or after December 15, 2020, is subject to new standards introduced by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). In this session, our Assurance Director, …

2021 Economic & Tax Update (Virtual Event)


With economic uncertainty in the air amidst a global pandemic and a new administration about to take office, everyone has the same question in mind: How will this affect me and my business and what awaits us in 2021? Don’t miss our 8th annual event for the answers to these questions, as we discuss the economic outlook, the new stimulus …

Individuals: What You Need to Know About the CARES Act

NONPROFIT WEBINAR: The New Uniform Guidance and Compliance Supplement


On August 13, 2020, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued revised Guidance for Grants and Agreements (Uniform Guidance) 2 CFR Parts 25, 170, 183 and 200.  The revision sets the stage for enhanced result-oriented accountability for grants.  The revised Uniform Guidance became effective November 12, 2020, and provided some key changes for grant professionals and auditors.  In addition, …

8/19 WEBINAR: 2020 Retirement Plan Update – COVID-19 Edition


Join us for our next webinar with a special guest presentation from our colleague at Holland & Hart, Ben Gibbons. In this presentation, Ben will discuss the latest retirement plan-related COVID-19 guidance and how it impacts plan sponsors and their retirement plans. Ben Gibbons is an associate at Holland & Hart and counsels employers on a broad range of qualified retirement …

Coronavirus Strikes Nonprofits in More Ways Than One

The rapid spread of COVID-19 around the world has impacted all sectors. The nonprofit industry is no exception—in fact, they face more challenges than most. This article outlines a few tips nonprofit organizations can use to minimize the risks associated with coronavirus.