Insights and Resources
Revised Form 941-X
The final version of Form 941-X Adjusted Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return or Claim for Refund has been released by the IRS.
The telehealth explosion has changed health care delivery forever
Even if the boom is leveling off now, we do not expect telehealth use and investments ever to go back to pre-pandemic levels.
5 considerations if your client files for bankruptcy
Companies must minimize financial exposure and maximize their potential recoveries if their business clients face bankruptcy.
Family office document retention: FAQs about how to manage risk
These FAQs help family offices take a look at document management and retention practices, policies, technology systems and procedures.
Oil prices show record volatility in 2020: Path to recovery uncertain
The unprecedented imbalance the oil market has seen in 2020 has garnered extraordinary responses from both oil producers and policymakers.
Goodwill impairment testing when carrying amount is trending downward
RSM discusses goodwill impairment testing when a reporting unit or an entity has a downward-trending positive carrying amount.
Accounting for CARES Act provisions specific to health care entities
The AICPA has issued answers to accounting questions regarding certain CARES Act provisions specific to health care entities.
Accounting and reporting when in reorganization under Bankruptcy Code
A summary of the guidance entities should apply when undergoing a reorganization under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
8 ways to optimize spending within your existing technology budget
There are several opportunities to gain more efficiency, productivity and value within the parameters of an existing technology budget.
Small and medium-size firms in crisis
The condition of small and medium-size firms implies a potential inflection point in the nascent economic rebound.
Middle market trend watch: Reopening considerations
RSM recently asked executives about their reopening considerations following pandemic-related pullbacks and shutdowns.
Hotel occupancy data: It’s only half the story
Given that the pandemic has forced closures of many U.S. hotels, occupancy rates are not providing the full picture of distress.
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