The Coronavirus Relief and Omnibus Agreement has been passed and signed into law. What’s included? What changed? What’s retroactive? What’s not? And how can you help your clients navigate the complex 5,593-page legislation?
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Andrew Argue, CPA, is the CEO and Co-founder of Corvee, a software and solutions company serving tax and accounting firms. At Corvee, Andrew works to help tax and accounting firms increase their revenue and profitability through tax planning.
Andrew founded Corvee with the goal to create a road map for tax and accounting firms to make the transition from compliance to advisory services. Since then, the company has launched first-of-its-kind tax planning software to give accounting firms and tax professionals the ability to formulate a tax savings calculation, develop a proactive and strategic tax plan and be the trusted advisor clients need.
Before Corvee, Andrew founded AccountingTax.com (now Corvee) and The Bean Counter (acquired by Roger CPA Review) and worked as an auditor at PwC.
Andrew has been named twice on Accounting Today’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting – Ones to Watch list. He has a Master of Accounting and a Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of Tampa. He also holds Series 7, Series 66, and Certified Public Accountant licenses.
Amanda Argue, CPA, is the chief of staff and co-founder of Corvee, a software and solutions company serving tax and accounting firms. At Corvee, Amanda provides strategic counsel to key leaders Corvee and helps launch new company projects and initiatives within the organization.
Amanda helps the company achieve its mission to transform how accounting and tax professionals build, grow, and optimize their firms to increase revenue and improve efficiency while providing the highest value to their clients.
Amanda has always worked in the accounting industry. She was employed in accounts receivable for a construction company for seven years and then as a financial statement auditor working closely with small business clients across a wide variety of industries after receiving her degree.
She enjoyed public accounting but wanted to provide a more significant impact to small business clients and started learning more about all aspects of her clients’ processes - not just financial - and quickly picked up skills that would eventually aid in the founding of Corvee. Amanda is actively involved in innovating on behalf of firm owners to help them transform from a compliance-focused practice into a highly-valued and trusted advisory practice.
Amanda has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of South Florida and a CPA license in Florida.