[Feature] PulseOne: Tech Talk

June 8, 2022By KROST CPAs

Our Assurance & Advisory Principal, Keith Hamasaki, was featured on the latest PulseOne Tech Talk with Chad Wiggins. Keith discussed data analytics and ways it could help businesses as well KROST’s new service, KROST Business Intelligence which is a cloud-based data solutions platform that can translate unstructured, impossible-to-read data into structured, real-time insights. If you Read the full article…

KROST is Attending the AICPA ENGAGE22 Conference

June 6, 2022By KROST CPAs

Our CEO, Jason Melillo, Assurance & Advisory Principal, Keith Hamasaki, Assurance & Advisory Senior Manager, Steve Chhuor, and Assurance & Advisory Manager Rebecca Hickle, are attending the AICPA ENGAGE Conference. The conference takes place from June 6th through June 9th and will be held at the Aria Resort and Park MGM in Las Vegas. Our Read the full article…

What is FRF for SME?

April 12, 2022By Rebecca Hickle

Running a small to medium-sized business has always come with a unique set of challenges. Securing credit, managing employees, and staying involved in the day-to-day running of the business creates a constant set of obstacles to be addressed by the business owner, leaving very little time for a life outside of work, let alone applying Read the full article…

Manufacturing Companies Beware: CCPA May Impact Your Business

January 20, 2021By Anna Chen

This is one of the articles in the KROST Quarterly Manufacturing Issue, titled “Manufacturing Companies Beware: CCPA May Impact Your Business” by Keith Hamasaki, CPA. The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) is a comprehensive framework to protect California residents (consumers). Effective January 1, 2020, data protection became a California requirement for businesses. All businesses that Read the full article…

Accounting for PPP Loans and Forgiveness

September 2, 2020By Keith Hamasaki

This is a preview of one of the articles in the new KROST Quarterly Manufacturing Issue, titled “Accounting For PPP Loans and Forgiveness” by Keith Hamasaki, CPA. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed by President Trump to help keep small businesses afloat amid the mandated COVID-19 related closures. The CARES Read the full article…