In the final episode of the Remote Workforce Challenges podcast series, Nina Kelleher, a director in Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions, speaks with Jerry Ravi, the firm wide service area leader for Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions, and Michael Rose, partner in Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions. They highlight some ways for organizations to move forward and emerge stronger.
The Pandemic’s impact to working conditions has potential altered a company’s internal control structure and its effectiveness in deterring and detecting fraud. In this episode of the series, David Sumner, a director in EisnerAmper's Financial Advisory Services, explores the increased fraud risks created by the current environment and how to mitigate those risks.
In the second episode of the Remote Workforce Challenges podcast series, Brian Ferrara and Nina Kelleher, senior managers specializing in Process, Risk and Technology Solutions, discuss the difficulties organizations are facing surrounding financial reporting and liquidity management as a result of COVID-19.
In this inaugural episode of the Remote Workforce Challenges podcast series, Brian Ferrara and Nina Kelleher, senior managers specializing in Process, Risk and Technology Solutions, discuss the difficulties organizations are facing surrounding enterprise considerations as a result of COVID-19.
We’re excited to launch our Financial Services Podcast, Engaging Alternatives Spotlight. Tune in for the latest global trends and most up-to-date information on hot topics in the financial services industry. In this inaugural episode, Anthony Minnefor, Partner in EisnerAmper’s Financial Services Practice, and Craig Ter Boss, Principal in EisnerAmper’s Corporate Finance Group, discuss the unique valuation challenges that private equity and venture firms are facing as a result of the current global COVID-19 pandemic.
We conclude this four-part series on employee benefit plan issues with Denise Finney who discusses the need for the timely remittance of participant contributions, possible delays, plan safe harbors, and a look forward at the employee benefit plan ecosystem in the new normal.
In this podcast Darren Griffith, a director in EisnerAmper’s Real Estate Private Equity Group, and Tim Schuster, a senior manager in the Private Business Services Group, discuss trends in the real estate market where families and individuals are looking to move out of the city and into suburban living. We evaluate how COVID-19 has escalated this trend and whether or not it makes sense to live in cities.
In this episode of The Bottom Line, EisnerAmper senior manager Tim Schuster gives some helpful hints for when you find out your trusted business advisor—accountant, attorney, banker, insurance agent, etc.—is planning to retire.
In this episode, Denise Finney, a partner in EisnerAmper’s Pension Services Group, discusses plan distributions under the CARES Act. She also talks about the option of taking loans against a plan and a possible spike in defaults. Denise concludes this segment with some plan distribution best practices for both companies and participants.
Bert Orlov, a Director in EisnerAmper’s Health Care Services Group, talks about the vital role of telehealth in the current health care environment. He discusses issues like insurance coding, revenue management, scheduling, and best practices for developing an effective telehealth infrastructure.
In this podcast, Bert Orlov, a Director in EisnerAmper’s Health Care Services Group, discusses the key steps in restarting physician practices post-pandemic. Bert covers how to make patients more comfortable in coming back to physician offices, ways to minimize risk, how technology and partnerships can help, and practice financial management in the new normal.
In this podcast, Matt Kerzner and Tim Schuster discuss the newly formed EisnerAmper Center for Individual and Organizational Performance. We cover the four areas of focus when consulting on human resource matters: talent management, performance management, career development and policies and procedures.
A conversation with Thomaz Gruber, Senior Vice President of Operations and Supply Chain for Sabert Corporation. Sabert is both a global manufacturer of food packaging products and an EisnerAmper client. Thomaz talks about how COVID-19 has impacted Sabert and the business lessons learned.
In episode two of our conversation with Denise Finney, a partner in EisnerAmper’s Pension Services Group, she tells us about the pension plan termination process, possible unintended consequences for plan providers, tax implications, and advice to help mitigate risk when performing a full or partial plan termination.
In this podcast, we’re talking with Robert Mirsky—Head of EisnerAmper's London office and Head of the firm's Asset Management Group—about what, if anything, has changed with Brexit as a result of the current global pandemic. Will we see a moratorium, perhaps even a Brexit cancellation?
Emotional Intelligence is a term that is bandied around a lot these days. So what is it really? How do we know if we have it and why is it important? What is ‘Toxic Positivity”?
Lisë Stewart and Natalie McVeigh, discuss the answers to these questions and why EQ is such an important skill and how we can improve it.
People are talking about stress. They are talking about coping. They are talking about managing in a very new and sometimes scary world. How can we learn ways to build our own emotional intelligence, strengthen our resilience and help others to do the same? What do effective leaders do to build the coping skills of those around them?
Join Lisë Stewart and Natalie McVeigh as they delve into these topics and address some of the questions that leaders have posed. We hope to pique your curiosity and provide a few key pointers and valuable resources to support your personal and professional development.
Garrick Brown, Vice President of Retail Research at Cushman & Wakefield, spoke with Mike Morris, Director at EisnerAmper, about the challenges and opportunities that will play out as the economy reopens, as well as what we can anticipate in a post-pandemic world.
EisnerAmper Real Estate Tax Partner Michael Torhan discusses Qualified Improvement Property (QIP), and how the CARES Act has impacted the depreciation recovery for certain qualifying improvements to property.
Tough times call for wise decisions. Our current economic situation is creating havoc for businesses of all sizes. Owners are bereft as they consider losing loyal employees. Those employees are devastated as they consider an uncertain future. In this informative podcast, Dr. Matt Kerzner and Lisë Stewart, Principal-in-Charge of the Center for Individual and Organizational Performance, tackle this tough subject with compassionate advice and practical activities that any business owner or company leader can undertake to protect the business, operate with integrity and lead with their values.
“Master Connector” Nkrumah Pierre and personal branding expert Alyssa Gelbard share their tips for making new connections on LinkedIn, their pet peeves of those who do not follow LinkedIn etiquette, and best practices for applying to jobs on LinkedIn.
In the first of this four-part series on employee benefit plan issues in the age of the coronavirus, Denise Finney, a partner in EisnerAmper’s Pension Services Group, discusses the impact on employers’ 401(k) plans, unintended consequences of reducing or eliminating contributions, and some employer best practices.
This episode of “The Bottom Line” covers how business owners can work with their trusted advisors to properly leverage the COVID-19 government stimulus programs, navigate the tax issues within these programs, and plan for the future when some semblance of normalcy returns.
Russ Haworth, ACFBA and a consultant with The Family Business Consultancy, interviews Natalie McVeigh, a director in EisnerAmper’s Center for Family Business Excellence.
In this episode, we discuss the use of assessments in helping to develop leaders within a family business. Natalie talks about acumen, where to start when looking at assessments, the role culture plays in a business, and why these are assessments and not tests. We discuss attitude versus aptitude and the fact that data tells a story. In addition, we also look at the role of coaches and mentors.