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Update on Main Street Lending Program

Learn more about the new Main Street Lending Program (Main Street) and its potential starting date for applications of May 1, 2020.

Loans Available to Mid-Size Companies under the CARES Act

Learn more about the types of loan programs outlined in the CARES Act. under Title IV, Sections 4001-4028.

Applying for SBA Disaster Loans – Tips and FAQs

Learn more about the evolving landscape of financial programs offered to small businesses disrupted by the coronavirus in the form of FAQs and Tips.

Small Business Association Loan Checklist – Prior to CARES Act

Learn more about the SBA loan process and documents needed to apply for an SBA loan, prior to any new legislation passed.
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Billing Schemes in the Professional Services Industry

Learn more about how billing schemes can affect Professional Services organizations.

Coronavirus Small Business Financial Relief Options

Learn more about the three phases Federal government is pushing into legislation to address COVID-19 and the resources available to companies

Internal Controls for Not-For-Profits

Learn more about improvements to internal controls to mitigate and reduce the risk of fraud for non-profits.

Watch Your Credit Cards! Expense Reimbursement Fraud at a Not-For-Profit Organization

Frequently, internal controls at not-for-profit organizations depend primarily on the integrity of their employees. Sometimes these employees lose sight
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Potential Fraud in the Professional Services Industry

According to the 2018 ACFE Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, companies in the professional services industry are most at risk to be

New Standards in SSFS 1 Intend to Improve the Consistency and Quality of Forensic Services

Black’s Law Dictionary defines the term forensic as “used in, or suitable to, courts of law or public debate.”[1] Forensic accounting
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