Topic: Laws


Employees matter more than ever now. The pandemic highlights the importance of company commitment to its human capital. Read More

New Data Privacy Laws Greatly Increase a Company’s Cybersecurity Exposure

On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect and most companies … Read More

SBA Loans for Debt Financing

It may surprise you to know the Small Business Administration (SBA) doesn’t actually lend money … Read More

Environment, Social Responsibility & Governance

Check out this 11 minute vlog about the latest trends and reporting requirements for all CEOs, … Read More

Non-Profit Workshop

Jess Gutierrez, CFOs2GO Partner and NPO Practice Leader and Sarah Johnston, CPA co-present “Nuances of NPO Accounting” to a sold out audience in San Jose. Read More

The Issue – January 2015

In this issue, guest author Jeff Snyder, Attorney at Law, Shuman Snyder LLP, outlines California’s new law requiring that employers provide paid sick leave is outlined below. The law is effective January 1, 2015 and entails, what employees are potentially exempt, and when it must be fully integrated into your firm. Read More

The Issue – September 2012

“Why ESOPs? A: Liquidity Without Loss of Control” by Doug Kennedy
In this issue, we discuss the pros and cons of Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), an often overlooked area for generating liquidity to company owners without giving up control. Read More