Join us online for our new Wednesday Wisdom series focused on providing accountants and small businesses with the insights and expertise for adapting to the changing world and preparing for future opportunities.
Each 30-minute interactive session is complimentary and will be available on-demand after the event.
Upcoming Wednesday Wisdom webinars: Adapting to the changing world
CARES Act Update
- April 21 at 2:00 pm EST
Join attorney, Susan J. Markey from Maslon LLP as she provides an update regarding Maslon LLP’s understanding of the CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program, and loan forgiveness.
This session will also include deep dive into the resources available for businesses under the new administration.
“Clean Your Room”: How to avoid anxiety and depression
- May 5 at 2:00 pm EST
In a distracted age, our inability to pay attention to our environment is leading to increased rates of anxiety and depression.
Only by taking care of your immediate environment can you then move onto bigger challenges.
Creating an Environment of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
- May 12 at 2:00 pm EST
Achieving a safe and inclusive environment for your team and clients is critical to the success of your organization.
During this session, presenter Arianna Campbell from Boomer Consulting will discuss how you can lean into the dialogue of diversity at your firm and what actionable steps you can take to bring forth action and positive change.
Shut Up and Eat Your French Fries! – Asking effective questions
- May 19 at 2:00 pm EST
This session is dedicated to the possibility that professionals can greatly increase the value they provide to their customers if they hone their skills at asking better, more effective questions.
Developing and enhancing this skill is not easy because it requires us to rethink the paradigms and prejudices of the past.
State of Small Businesses in America
- May 26 at 2:00 pm EST
In the U.S., there are 30.7 small businesses which employ nearly half of the workforce, and account for more than 60% of the private sector’s new jobs.
Three out of every 10 of these businesses say they likely won’t survive 2021 without additional government assistance during the pandemic, a survey from the Federal Reserve Bank shows.
This means nearly 9 million small firms are at risk of closing for good.
In this session, join Todd McCracken, NSBA President and CEO as he shares a look into COVID-19s impact on small businesses 1.5 years later and how we can all work together to repair for the future.
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- How changes to PPP can help Latinx small businesses
- Herschel Frierson on driving diversity in the accounting profession
- The power of budget planning and forecasting
- 7 must-read books to help you prep for the year ahead
- 7 steps toward achieving sustainable inclusion at your firm
- Know your tax dates & IRS forms with our calendar
- Get ready for tax season – 3 tips Latinx small businesses can tap into