Top 10 Cloud Accounting Podcast episodes of 2020

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Top 10 most downloaded episodes of the Cloud Accounting Podcast in 2020.
  1. With the holidays fast approaching, we talk about new ways to celebrate, at a healthy distance, of course. Inspired by feedback from Leary's theory on why Trump lost, we dive deep into the reasons, and logic behind it. Looking for some great practice management ideas for winning millennial clients? We've got 11 from Ryan Lazanis, founder of FutureFirm. In app news, we talk about how NetSuite's debut of an accounting partner program; Receipt Bank availability on QuickBooks Desktop via Right Networks, and we'll look at Xero's fast growth slowing down, while profits surge. In the world of taxes, Deutsche Bank calls for taxing remote workers for the privilege of working at home, others are considering the benefits of a wealth tax, and Blake sits down with CAP listener, Juventino Gaytan, NAVSEA accountant, to talk more about relocation, income taxes, and more!
  2. David Leary has a theory... that Donald Trump's tax cuts way back at the beginning of his presidency were ultimately what caused him to lose this election, and an Excel error leads to voter fraud accusations. In other news, we'll talk about why Walmart's abandoning shelf-scanning robots, how to double your client conversions, and just what Bill.com and Square earnings are telling us about the future of cloud accounting. In PPP news, we'll discuss how a judge ordered the SBA to reveal PPP loan data it sought to obscure, while evidence of PPP fraud mounts. We'll also talk about the income tax surprise waiting for remote workers in 2021, and why California fined KPMG $1.3M for cheating scandal. All this and more, right now!
  3. While we wait to learn who's going to be in charge of the country, this episode is full of all the news that's good to know, including what accountants can learn from the 3 billion texts sent during this U.S. election, how employers are refilling open accounting jobs during the pandemic, and the future of remote work after the pandemic ends. There's more PPP-ish news, including how the SBA is pressing big businesses to justify the necessity of their PPP loan applications, more related frauds, and updates on the Main Street Lending program. Then, we dive into an all-you-can-eat buffet of app news from the likes of QuickBooks, FreshBooks, Lendio, Square, Stripe, and more!
  4. David Barrett, CEO of Expensify, emailed all 10 million users on Friday morning telling them that, “If you are a U.S. citizen, anything less than a vote for Biden is a vote against democracy.” Blake and David dive into the reactions from and impact on the accounting and bookkeeping community, including results from this week's Twitter survey. In app and fintech news, Jirav partners with CPA.com, Chase goes after Square, PayPal adds crypto, FreshBooks adds inventory, and Jetpack Workflow gets a new perspective. In news of a stranger nature, Accounting Seed makes an accounting board game, George Washington's Revolutionary War expense report. Finally, we balance the depressing political news with a spirit-boosting voicemail from another satisfied Cloud Accounting Podcast listener!
  5. We've got news! A lot of news! In this episode, we cover the latest on PPP forgiveness, the IRS's continuing lack of resources, and how they make it easier to audit the poor, while those with lots of cash, like the NRA's Wayne LaPierre, and John McAfee, software pioneer, are suspected of, and indicted for tax fraud. In the midst of, and beyond COVID, there's more news around remote work, and productivity, including how Microsoft is now allowing employees work from home 50% of the time, and Google is challenging Microsoft Office with a new version of G Suite, called Google Workspace. We cover app news, with updates on offerings from Gusto, Expensify, Avalara, Client Hub, and more, and talk about the recent Robinhood "potential" hackery, serious mystery software errors that plagued the state of Georgia, and more flaws in Excel affecting accurate reporting of COVID cases in the UK. All this and so much more!
  6. So. Much. News. TikTok Bid Highlights Oracle’s Public Embrace of Trump; Senate, Supreme Court opt out of Trump payroll tax deferral; House Republicans push to reopen Paycheck Protection Program amid coronavirus relief gridlock; E-filing problems plague some Sept. 15 tax returns; Penalty relief may be available to those who miss Sept. 15 deadline due to COVID-19; IRS set to begin rolling out new case management system; US Offices Only At 50 Pct Capacity In August; Almost 60 percent of business closures are now permanent, new Yelp data shows; Square launches payroll feature that could boost its banking business through the Cash App; Xero revamps Early U.S. plans; What’s new in QuickBooks Online: September 2020; TD Rolls Out Online Accounting In Bid For Small Biz Accounts; Chime is now worth $14.5 billion, surging past Robinhood as the most valuable U.S. consumer fintech; Wolters Kluwer buys XCM Solutions; Bookkeeper360 Launches App That Integrates with Xero to Provide Real-Time Business Insights; Survey Says: Fintech On The Rise During COVID; Klarna Valued At $10.65B After $650M Fundraise; QuickBooks Desktop 2021 updates respond to new COVID realities
  7. We're covering lots of ground in this episode, with news about how ScaleFactor, the "accounting firm with software engineers" that raised $100 million from A-list venture capital firms, is abruptly shutting down, and how Wirecard's future in doubt after revealing missing $2.1B; Wirecard's CEO, Markus Braun, is arrested, and why EY failed to ask Wirecard for bank statements for three years. We'll also examine NASDAQ's suspension of trading of Luckin Coffee after its massive fraud. In other news, GE swaps KPMG for Deloitte, the SBA has exempted lawmakers, and federal officials from ethics rules for the Paycheck Protection Program, PPP recipients can now apply early for forgiveness, and the Treasury sent more than one million coronavirus stimulus payments to dead people. We've got app news, including how Intuit changed its tech development focus, while laying of 715, and much more!
  8. We cover a lot of ground in this episode, starting off with what companies are disclosing about coronavirus risks. Then, we touch on the Wells Fargo fake accounts scandal, how Shark Tank 'Shark' Barbara Corcoran got her $400,000 back from scammers, and explore the LendingClub purchase of Radius Bank for $185 million - the first fintech takeover of a regulated US bank. In other news, there's the Robinhood outage, NetSuite's adaptation of bank feeds, Sage's departure from Latin America, and the closing of legal startup Atrium. What's more, we examine Deloitte's new VR platform, why QuickBooks Connect London is cancelled, and how the IRS expects to audit more wealthy taxpayers. Not last, and definitely not least, we explore the reasons why women leave accounting firms, what we can do about it, and more!
  9. We've got a lot of news to keep you occupied this week, including how Shark Tank host, Barbara Corcoran, lost $400K due to invoice scam; Intuit's Q2 Earnings call & plans for Credit Karma; and how high housing costs contribute to the growth of remote work. We'll talk about Intuit partnering with Karbon for practice management, Revolut's plans to revolutionize banking in the United States, the best online banks for businesses, and what's new with QuickBooks Online. Then, we'll cover Pilot's new CFO services, the Drake Hosted outage, IRS confusion regarding virtual currency, how AI is coming for tax evaders, and the AICPA's thoughts on climate change.
  10. We kick things off with the breaking news that Intuit is expected to acquire Credit Karma for $7 billion. Meanwhile, the Nevada Democrats used spreadsheets to caucus without a hitch, Bloomberg and the Democratic Primary debate becomes an advertisement for TurboTax, Warren Buffet again decries the 2018 mark-to-market accounting rule, another ransomware attack puts patient data at risk, plus follow up on the value of the PCAOB ( Public Company Accounting Oversight Board), a congressman who is taking on FASB, a new UX for QuickBooks Online, and more!

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