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Ohio to offer $429.5 million in CARES Act funds to businesses, individuals & nonprofits

In an announcement on Friday October 23rd, Governor DeWine stated nearly half of Ohio’s $900 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding will be dispersed to people, businesses and organizations with “needs that are great”. DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted also announced the creation of the Small Business Relief Grant […]

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HHS Updates Provider Relief Reporting Guidance for Lost Revenues

On October 22, 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a policy memo revising its guidance for reporting on Provider Relief Funds received by healthcare providers over the previous six months.  In response to concerns voiced by various provider associations and members of Congress, HHS updated its guidance on lost revenues attributable […]

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Why your nonprofit must make time for accountability

“Accountability” may seem like one of those popular management concepts you know would be nice to implement if your not-for-profit had the time and budget. But not only is accountability essential to your nonprofit’s health and efficacy — affecting everything from donations to grants, hiring to volunteering, board fiduciary duty to employee morale — it’s […]

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Welcome to 21st century forensic accounting

Forensic accountants are engaged for a wide variety of assignments, among them investigating fraud, auditing internal controls and quantifying damages associated with legal disputes. All of these require attention to detail and a diverse set of skills including mathematical, technological, legal and investigative. But the accounting landscape and client needs are constantly changing. Here’s how […]

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