Register for our Complimentary Webinar – 2022 Restaurant Budgeting & Projections: Impact of the Pandemic on Your Bottom Line

October 28, 2021By KROST CPAs

Join us for our upcoming webinar 2022 Restaurant Budgeting & Projections: Impact of the Pandemic on Your Bottom Line on Tuesday, November 30th at 10AM PST. During this session, industry expert Derek Johnson will cover the importance of preparing a working budget and projections for the upcoming year with goals that are realistic and attainable, Read the full article…

Press Release: KROST Acts as Exclusive Financial Advisor for Integrity Bio in Sale to Curia

August 11, 2021By KROST CPAs

Los Angeles, California – Integrity Bio, Inc., a privately held formulation and fill-finish organization headquartered in Camarillo, California, was sold to Curia (formerly Albany Molecular Research, Inc. (AMRI)), a Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) and leading global provider of advanced contract research, development, and manufacturing solutions. KROST, a Los Angeles-based firm, acted as the Read the full article…

Register for our Complimentary Webinar – The Restaurant Revitalization Fund

April 13, 2021By KROST CPAs

Jean Hagan (Principal, Restaurant / Business Management) and Paren Knadjian (Practice Leader, M&A and Capital Markets) are hosting a complimentary webinar on The Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Join us for the details of the new Restaurant Revitalization Fund including eligibility, use of funds, calculation of funding amounts, how to apply and what documentation is required. The Read the full article…

PPP Calculator Update and Webinar Replay: PPP Rule Changes and Forgiveness Update with Q&A

June 26, 2020By Paren Knadjian

The KROST PPP Budgeting and Forgiveness Maximization Tool allows you to budget and plan the use of PPP loan proceeds, on a month-by-month basis, to maximize forgiveness. This includes detailed staff planning, minimizing loan forgiveness reductions, and ensuring non-payroll related costs remain within the allotted 40%. You can also enter the actual expenditure for all Read the full article…