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ESG-focused enterprises and other firms accessed the government’s pandemic relief funds, aided by the KPMG Spark accounting system, but some nonprofits are worried the monies may prove insufficient if there is another outbreak.
This article on the Karma website details how ESG-focused businesses, aided by KPMG Spark's online accounting software, tapped into the COVID-19 relief package.
From the article:
"Timothy Stiles, a partner at KPMG and the chief operating officer for the company’s Spark division, says its cloud-based online accounting platform has enabled about 250 ESG-focused enterprises and other small and medium-sized companies to secure millions of dollars in benefits from the U.S. government’s COVID-19 relief funds.
“We’ve had a very high success rate,” helping companies apply for government-funded fiscal programs, Stiles told Karma."
Since you’re a business owner and not an insurance specialist, Fortis Lux and KPMG Spark created this webinar to help you learn about selecting business insurance policies, planning an insurance strategy, and even what kinds of insurance could be necessary for you.
Hiring a trained bookkeeper ensures that your money is being managed correctly and that nasty surprises don’t catch you off guard.
You know you have to file a tax return – but you just can’t remember the date your individual tax return is due. Don’t worry! We can help.
Wondering what KPMG Spark is all about? Here, we have put together some of the most frequently asked questions we get at KPMG Spark to help you navigate your online bookkeeping experience.
Whether you get your bookkeeping done with a professional—as you get with us at KPMG Spark—or you do it all on your own, there are important things you can do to make it easier for you and your bookkeeper. Here, we will outline three leading practices for bookkeeping we recommend to our clients.
Learn the differences between the cash and accrual accounting methods and see how your online bookkeeper can help you keep up on all your online accounting demands.
The appeal of doing your own bookkeeping is perhaps obvious: not having to pay someone else to do it for you. But the important thing to consider when you are thinking about doing your own bookkeeping or outsourcing it is what you are losing from taking that time from your business.
Stay on top of what you should know about attracting and retaining a millennial workforce, and KPMG Spark, a small business CPA firm, will help you stay on top of your online accounting and bookkeeping. This blog's author is a millennial and the content therein represents the views of the author.
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