In times like these, we know it’s now more important than ever to have access to the most up to date information and relevant resources to support you and your business. We’re working hard to deliver you a new and improved experience, tailored to your individual needs. You’ll start seeing some changes later this month.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) technology resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) technology resources

These are unprecedented times impacting our economy, the way we work, how we serve our clients and organizations, as well as our personal lives and families.

We’re here to help you through these challenging times. We know you are doing everything you can to mitigate risks and keep your firms and businesses running. Your organizations, clients and communities are depending on your technical expertise to help them respond during the COVID-19 crisis. And it’s our job to make sure you have the technology resources and support you need to navigate this pandemic.

For additional free resources, advocacy updates and practical tips, visit the AICPA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center.

Practical Guidance

Social distancing. Zoom meetings. Virtual happy hours. We’re delivering resources to provide you with practical guidance on a range of technology topics including working and meeting remotely, managing team morale and dealing with complex business disruption.

IT and Cyber Security

Clients and organizations are at greater risk for IT and cybersecurity breaches in the face of a pandemic.  Trust in your knowledge and the value you can deliver during this difficult time. We are providing these IT & Cyber Security resources to help you transform uncertainty and change into meaningful insights and action.


AICPA is fighting for CPA firms, small businesses and the economy. Let’s do what we can to help our clients and organizations rebound from COVID-19 and prosper in the future. These tools and resources will help you guide your clients and organizations through crisis management, recovery of operations and preparation for future disruptions.