kpmg covidcontinuityClick image to enlargeTax and managment consultant KPMG has released a guideline for maintaining business continuity throughout the continued lockdown and depressed business conditions stemming from the COVID 19 pandemic. 

Yes, normally we have a fun video in this section. While this is neither fun or a video, the key to managing your business through a crisis is to make key decisions when they need to be made, and to plan for the uncertainty ahead. 

Visit this link to download the white paper for free at KPMG's website: https://assets.kpmg/content/dam/kpmg/ca/pdf/2020/03/leading-successfully-in-turbulent-times.pdf

You will also find information on mid to long-term planning, legal implications, tax implications as well as financial reporting and audit considerations on the KPMG site here: https://home.kpmg/ca/en/home/insights/2020/03/the-business-implications-of-coronavirus.html

 

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