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We ask: When will things go back to normal? Blake has some ideas thanks to a spreadsheet and some polls of experts • The founder of Paychex worries that "keeping the economy closed as it is could be worse than losing a few more people." • The AICPA has an idea to use payroll processors to distribute economic relief to SMBs • Why its unlikely that stimulus checks will actually go out in 3 weeks as promised • COVID-19 resources for accountants • Boston area CPA still making house calls • IRS shuts down practitioner priority line • Why you should ignore the "economic doom" numbers • Revolut launches in the US • Square gets a bank charter • How the Digital Dollar almost got snuck into the stimulus bill • The value of Zoom Happy Hours
We kick things off with the breaking news that Intuit is expected to acquire Credit Karma for $7 billion. Meanwhile, the Nevada Democrats used spreadsheets to caucus without a hitch, Bloomberg and the Democratic Primary debate becomes an advertisement for TurboTax, Warren Buffet again decries the 2018 mark-to-market accounting rule, another ransomware attack puts patient data at risk, plus follow up on the value of the PCAOB ( Public Company Accounting Oversight Board), a congressman who is taking on FASB, a new UX for QuickBooks Online, and more!
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