AKA what’s not covered…. By Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb Whereas the coverage grant provides affirmative coverage, the exclusions take coverage away. If an activity is listed in the exclusions section of the policy, you do not have any coverage, no matter what the other sections of the policy state. It is the absolute […]
A cyber coverage “Fire Drill” – professional liability insurance implications of the CCH Axcess (Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting) malware attack.
By Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb Last Monday we received a flurry of frantic phone calls from clients about the denial of access to the CCH Axcess program. On Monday May 6, between the hours of 8-10 a.m. E.T., accountants across the country started realizing their CCH products, which are based in the cloud, were […]
by Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb If your CPA firm has control of client funds and can write checks on clients’ bank or investment accounts you may have an exposure to CPAs or firm staff abusing the signatory authority by stealing or misusing the client funds in the firm’s custody and control. This could apply to bill […]
By guest blogger – Ella Watson. Data is one of the most valuable commodities today. Aside from being used by companies as basis for all kinds of business strategies, it is also what powers most of today’s transformative technologies, such as artificial intelligence, automation tools, and analytics. With big data’s growing importance, several strategic processes […]
If there is one theme to rival terrorism for defining the last decade-and-a-half, it would have to be corporate greed and malfeasance. Many of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in history happened during that time. In acknowledgement of the excellent webinar about Fraud Detection recently offered by the CPAFMA, here’s a chronological look back at […]
We have received a number of inquiries from CPA firms asking about what advice they can give to clients to assist them to estsablish whether a client’s Personal Identifiable information has been compromise by the Equifax breach. The following is a draft of a communication that can be modified to fit the needs of your clients here. […]
Here’s an article from CPA Trendlines by Rick Telberg which is pretty helpful. The salient point according to Experian are that Tax filers should keep the following actions in mind when submitting taxes this year: Do: Research any paid preparer or tax-preparation software. While plenty of free help can be found online, scammers also are out […]Read More