Update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Impact for Association Activities
The Association, the global voice of the American Institute of CPAs and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, is taking the Coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously. We are continually monitoring the virus’ impact on the finance function, businesses and the finance industry.
Our CEO, Barry Melancon, CPA, CGMA, speaks about:
- Challenges and opportunities businesses are facing in this crisis
- Encourages leaders to think of innovative ways and new business models
- Helping to move the economy to a new phase with current employees
- Free resources available to guide and support your business and people
Free resources for Leadership and Business:
- COVID – 19: Business planning and impacts
The Association's Ash Noah, CPA, CGMA, FCMA and Oracle's Christina Kite discuss critical issues and make practical suggestions.
- Business Interruption Accounting for Causality
Measuring business interruption losses caused by a disastrous catastrophe, accounting for changing economic conditions, or accounting for business model changes.
- AICPA Town Hall Updates: CARES Act and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
- U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program resources for CPAs
- Podcast: Coronavirus concerns: Putting people first
- An applicable scenario Elder faced more than 15 years ago.
- The importance of having a disaster recovery plan.
- Thoughts on when to put such a plan into motion.
- The human elements that business leaders should consider as part of coronavirus planning.
- Cybercriminals don’t take holidays. In fact, they are more active in times of crisis. Learn what your business needs to protect against cybercrime.
- Ethical leadership at a time of crisis
Free resources for your people:
- Course: Crisis Management - Using Technology to Securely Work from Home
- Equip your finance function with the skills and competencies they need
- Course: Financial Planning Guidance for CPAs in the Wake of COVID-19
- Course: Navigating change: Tax implications of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act