First Bad News about Chuck E. Cheese, Now Broadway- Oh No!

Posted by & filed under Accounting Information Systems, Accounting Principles, Advanced Accounting, All Articles, Auditing, Cost Accounting, Financial Accounting, Income Taxes, Intermediate Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Uncategorized.

According to the Washington Post, the shutdown of Broadway’s 41 theaters will continue at least until Jan. 3. Questions: Why is Broadway so important to New York’s economic health? What will happen to ticketholders for shows up to and including January 3? What percent of tickets for commercial productions in 1,000- to 2,000-seat theaters must… Read more »

New York City Eviction Rates Will Soar Soon

Posted by & filed under Accounting Information Systems, Accounting Principles, Advanced Accounting, All Articles, Auditing, Cost Accounting, Financial Accounting, Fraud Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Uncategorized, Video Updates.

According to the New York Times, eviction cases are expected to soar in New York City as housing courts reopen and landlords seek to recoup income lost during the pandemic. Questions: What is the estimate of how many eviction actions will be filed in New York City’s housing courts in the coming days? In addition… Read more »

Lottery Overhaul

Posted by & filed under Accounting Information Systems, Accounting Principles, Advanced Accounting, All Articles, Auditing, Cost Accounting, Financial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Uncategorized.

According to the New York Times, entrants to the New York City’s housing lottery have waited years, through a tiresome and complex process. Now the system is getting an overhaul. Questions: What type of eligibility does a lottery applicant have to prove prior to being qualified for an apartment in New York’s housing program? What… Read more »