At a time when accounting and consulting firms are usually frantic to finish up client tax returns by April 15, this year they are frantic for another reason, trying to help their clients navigate this very challenging economic crisis caused by a global pandemic that continues to keep businesses closed and/or transform them. Bustling CPA firm offices like RS&F, are now busy home offices complete with exercise-ball office chairs. These firms are faced with even more challenging work with deadlines to help their business clients compete for stimulus dollars and help them make tough decisions.
Rob Kase of RS&F on Consulting and Social Distancing
April 20, 2020