by Jason Bramwell on 03/26/15
Board members are expected to vote on the standards restructuring proposal during an open meeting on March 31.
by Amy Vetter on 03/26/15
Tax season isn’t just about getting the job done. It’s also the best time to think strategically for the coming year.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 26, 2015
Set to begin on April 1, the interest rates are computed from the federal short-term rate, determined last January.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 26, 2015
The menu features specials on SASB releases new standards, Ways and Means passes IRS private email bill, and more.
by David Ringstrom on Mar 26, 2015
Tracking down circular references scattered across numerous worksheets can be tricky. But there's a way to do it.
by Bryce Sanders on Mar 25, 2015
OK, you got through the door. What’s next? There are steps you can take to increase your visibility. But be tactful about it.
by Larry Perry CPA on Mar 25, 2015
This latest article looks at reporting significant deficiencies and material weaknesses under AU-C Section 265.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 25, 2015
The menu features specials on the most diligent tax filers, new tax puts auto workers’ health benefits at risk, and more.
by Allegra Nagler on Mar 25, 2015
Accountants want to be more than just number crunchers; they want to tackle problems and offer strategic guidance.
by Ken Berry on Mar 24, 2015
April 15 is just weeks away. Here are some “11th hour” strategies that could save your clients valuable tax dollars.
by Terry Sheridan on Mar 24, 2015
For the first time, a leading real estate analysis firm has issued a report on property tax rates nationwide.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 24, 2015
The menu features specials on GAO finds IRS cybersecurity still flawed, House panel to consider IRS bills, and more.
by Jonathan Barsade on Mar 24, 2015
For small business owners, bad tax habits can cause a lot of problems. Break those habits and avoid these pitfalls.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 23, 2015
Despite different roles, the duties of internal auditors, external auditors, and audit committees often intersect.
by Julian Block on Mar 23, 2015
Clients getting hit with big tax bills? There are a few income streams that the IRS still doesn't tax.