Sponsel Named in Best Places to Work … Again!
For the third year in a row, Sponsel CPA Group has been recognized by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce as one of the “Best Places to Work in Indiana.” TheContinue Reading
What Makes Your Business Different … and Better?
By Eric Woodruff, CPA, CCIFP Partner, Audit & Assurance Services email@example.com As we continue to face COVID-related restrictions and challenges, it’s vital to do everything you can to stay aheadContinue Reading
Client Profile: VisionQuest Eyecare
Since its founding more than 20 years ago, VisionQuest Eyecare has gone on to treat several generations of patients’ families. “Not a day goes by that I don’t see aContinue Reading
Employee Spotlight: Christopher Sargent
Christopher Sargent started as an intern for Sponsel CPA Group in the tax season of 2016 and became a full-time staff member in the fall of 2017. Last year, heContinue Reading
PPP Application Changes for Schedule C
A new interim rule was issued by the SBA on March 3, 2021, allowing self-employed individuals who file Form 1040, Schedule C more opportunity to apply for PPP loans. The PPP loanContinue Reading
February 2021 Newsletter
In this month’s newsletter, we talk about coping with COVID, succession planning, the benefits of visiting downtown Indy and more!Continue Reading
Don’t Get Left Behind
By Lisa Purichia Partner, Director of Accounting Services & Retirement Plan Services firstname.lastname@example.org Although COVID is continuing to leave its mark on all of us, you can’t let it pushContinue Reading
Succession Planning Must Be a Constant Priority
By Tom Sponsel, CPA/ABV, CFF Managing Partner email@example.com With COVID disruptions and distractions, and the start of a new business year, succession planning is probably not at the top ofContinue Reading
Head on Back Downtown!
Indianapolis has come a long way. Known in past decades largely for its racetrack, this once sleepy town fittingly nicknamed “Naptown” is now a bustling metropolis. Well, maybe not soContinue Reading
Employee Spotlight: Leslie Munas
Leslie Munas is one of the newer members of the Sponsel CPA Group family, having joined as a Manager in the Tax Services department in October of 2020 . In additionContinue Reading
New Forgiveness Application for Loans Under $150,000
On January 19, 2021, the SBA and Treasury issued the much anticipated new application for loan forgiveness for loans under $150,000, along with several other new documents related to theContinue Reading
January 2021 Newsletter
Ring in 2021 with a look at leadership, business evaluation, three new members of the Sponsel CPA Group family and more!Continue Reading
What is Appropriate Focus for Leadership?
By Tom Sponsel, CPA/ABV, CFF Managing Partner firstname.lastname@example.org As unprecedented political events flood your newsfeed these days, you may find it difficult to focus on tasks at hand. Your most criticalContinue Reading
Keep Tomorrow in Mind as You Deal with Today
By Lisa Blankman, CPA Manager, Audit & Assurance Services LBlankman@sponselcpagroup.com Given the disruptions of last year, you’ll naturally want to hit the ground running in 2021, but don’t get lostContinue Reading
Employee Spotlight: Sue Hott
Sue Hott has worked in the field of banking and finance for more than 30 years. She joined the Sponsel staff in the summer of 2017, and she serves asContinue Reading
PPP Updates: New Interim Final Rules Issued
On January 6, 2021, two Interim Final Rules related to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) were issued with several clarifications on the Economic Aid Act passed in December. A summaryContinue Reading
A Summary of the 2021 Consolidated Appropriations Act
Note: The stimulus bill summarized in this communication has not yet been signed into law by President Trump and is therefore subject to change. On Monday, December 21, 2020, CongressContinue Reading
Happy Holidays from the Sponsel CPA Group Family!
Warm holiday wishes from our family to yours! 2020 posed challenges for us all. We are grateful to everyone who rose to the occasion during this difficult year — fromContinue Reading
December 2020 Newsletter
In this month’s newsletter, we explain IRS updates, discuss how to plan for 2021, explore risk analysis and introduce you to some of our fine team members!Continue Reading
The IRS Expands Identity Protection PIN Program
By Nick Hopkins, CPA, CFP® Partner, Director of Tax Services email@example.com At the start of the new year, the IRS will expand its Identity Protection PIN Opt-In Program nationwide toContinue Reading