CPA Voice: What 2021 has in store for the accounting profession

Written on Dec 23, 2020

CPA Voice Magazine CoverDespite the curveballs experienced in 2020, there are positive lessons to be learned and opportunities to be gained from these challenging times.

“A pandemic, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, helping clients with Paycheck Protection Program applications, and an extended filing season all happening during an election year – what more could a tax practitioner ask for?” writes Natalie Rooney in the November/December issue of CPA Voice.

Rooney spoke with Adam Garn, JD, CPA, MT, senior tax manager at Plante Moran about what tax practitioners can expect in 2021. Garn said he is advising clients that states whose coffers have been hit hard by the reduced tax receipts will be searching for additional revenue, and next year there might be supply chain issues and worker shortages that will continue to change the way business is done.

Read the article available now to hear more from experts on what to expect in 2021 in the areas of DE&I, professional development and technology.

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