PwC's accounting weekly news: May 29, 2020

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So many companies are navigating uncharted territory as they pivot to respond to employee, community, and strategic needs in the face of the pandemic. Those doing it well have a story worth telling. See our Point of view on what stakeholders want to hear from good corporate citizens.

And for those approaching your June 30 not-for-profit year end, see our inaugural accounting guide dedicated to your needs.
 

COVID-19: As your company steps up…speak up

When responding to COVID-19, communicating good corporate citizenship strategies to investors and other stakeholders benefits companies. Our Point of view publication equips you with insights on three areas companies should share.

Beyond the CARES Act: The next phase of business relief programs

Need an update on the legislative events in Washington impacting your company? We understand. To keep informed, Heather Horn is joined by PwC’s Rohit Kumar and Michael O’Brien to summarize the government relief programs aimed at energizing the economy.

Not-for-profit entities

PwC’s new accounting and financial reporting guide, Not-for-profit entities, addresses the accounting for not-for-profit (NFP) entities under US GAAP. It includes specific examples illustrating topics such as NFP consolidations, NFP acquisitions, contribution accounting, split-interest arrangements, investments, and more.

Accounting for outside tax basis differences

Tune in as host Heather Horn along with PwC tax specialists focus on a fundamental tax accounting concept and help you understand outside basis differences.

PwC and Alteryx webinar: The Role of Finance in a Digital World - June 4

PwC joins Alteryx for a webinar on Thursday, June 4 to discuss the next generation of finance and how organizations are leveraging automation to gain greater insight and efficiency. Register today.

Register: TMT Quarterly assurance webcast - June 24

Join us for a webcast designed to address new and emerging issues related to the impact of COVID-19 on Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) companies. Topics will include financial statement disclosures and the accounting and valuation impact.


Contact us

Heather Horn

Heather Horn

US Strategic Thought Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

David Schmid

David Schmid

International Accounting Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

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