Taxes and the Pandemic Cares Act: Regulatory Compliance Issues and Opportunities for Small Business
Business owners must understand and comply with a range of government regulations. And while the recent government relief packages have provided invaluable opportunities for small businesses to address COVID-19-related business challenges, it has also resulted in unprecedented tax and accounting challenges, complexities, and uncertainties.
In this webinar hosted by the Pace University Small Business Development Center (SBDC), panel members will discuss two important areas of small business compliance: Taxes, and the Pandemic Relief Cares Act. Our Panel will consist of three highly skilled, credentialed, and experienced professionals:
- Ramona Cedeno, founder and CEO of FiBrick, an Accounting and Fractional CFO services firm.
- Alan Gassman, an attorney specializing in small business taxation, creditor planning and estate and trust administration.
- John Mallano, Deputy District Director, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) New York District office.
This panel discussion will be moderated by:
- Richard Kravitz, CPA, Editor in Chief of The CPA Journal; and
- Steven Mezzio, Ph.D., CPA – former Partner with PwC, Current Professor of Accounting for the Pace University Lubin School of Business.
Introductory remarks from Beth Goldberg, District Director of the SBA’s NY District office, Akira Arroyo, Director of the Neighborhood Entrepreneur Law Project, and Andrew Flamm, Regional Director of the Pace University Small Business Development Center.
The Pace SBDC is part of the New York Small Business Development Center’s (NYSBDC).
The NYSBDC is a U.S. Small Business Administration (U.S. SBA) Resource Partner and is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. SBA.