by Ken Berry on 12/18/14
If you want to pass wealth to beneficiaries and save on taxes, sometimes the easiest way is the best.
by Richard Koreto on 12/18/14
Cuba changes affect business, Subpart F: The Musical gets new life, PCAOB hands down ruling in Japan, and more.
by Terry Sheridan on Dec 18, 2014
A recruiting manager at Robert Half gives the lowdown on what you need to know to land that new job.
by Bryce Sanders on Dec 17, 2014
Are you a Boomer or a child of a Boomer? You may know how they think, and you also need to know how to help them.
by Richard Koreto on Dec 17, 2014
AICPA looks at peer review reform, ACCA comments on SEC remarks, IRS pilot program expanded nationwide, and more.
by Ken Berry on Dec 17, 2014
Tax time is also for planning ahead, so the next tax season goes smoothly, with no nasty surprises.
by Julian Block on Dec 16, 2014
This CPA was very, very naughty. But you have to give him credit for an imaginative defense.
by Richard Koreto on Dec 16, 2014
Apple Pay makes inroads, new faces at PCAOB meeting, Tax Court comes down hard on substantiation, and more.
by Jessica Ballard on Dec 16, 2014
Now is the time to become more productive—to learn how to work smarter, not necessarily harder.
by Sally Glick on Dec 15, 2014
Nominating your clients can be a great way to strengthen a relationship, while also demonstrating your commitment.
by Richard Koreto on Dec 15, 2014
New IRS guidance, tax break vote, a break on Christmas Trees, accounting problems in Kansas, and more.
by John Stokdyk on Dec 15, 2014
As 2014 draws to a close, we take a look at the technology tools and trends that will shape the new year.
by Richard Koreto on Dec 12, 2014
IRS rules on prizes, calling clients, pricing policies, expense tracking, auditing a website, and more.
by Jason Bramwell on Dec 12, 2014
The menu features specials on audit failures are an “execution problem,” charity tax break bill a no-go, and more.
by Jeff Davidson on Dec 12, 2014
With tax season coming up, it's more important than ever to learn how to manage the peaks and valleys.
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