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by Julian Block on 05/05/15
Answers to four of the most often-asked questions regarding deductions for property losses due to an act of nature.
by Jason Bramwell on 05/05/15
The menu features specials on Senate tax reform groups to give updates, tax credit proposed for road projects, and more.
by Jeff Davidson on May 05, 2015
When this happens, you will have a better appreciation for clients who do act on good advice when they hear it.
by Diana Mackie on May 04, 2015
Recent graduates from some of the nation's top accounting programs weigh in on what many firms don't know, but should, about growing a practice.
by Terry Sheridan on May 04, 2015
In fact, if imposed in the US, consumers may not even pay much attention to such a tax, new academic research found.
by Jason Bramwell on May 04, 2015
Under pilot program, late filers would be given until June 2 to file their required annual returns without penalty.
by Jason Bramwell on May 04, 2015
The menu features specials on House to vote soon on R&D tax credit, ex-NFL star indicted on tax charges, and more.
by Bob Tenner on May 04, 2015
Sending tax reminders and special-occasion notes to clients is essential to your relationship, but is often time-consuming. It’s time to get automated.
by Jason Bramwell on May 01, 2015
CPA firm with a chief creative designer, improving conversion rates, employer’s guide to company cars, and more.
by Jason Bramwell on May 01, 2015
The menu features specials on GAO says SEC lacks accounting controls, ex-NFL players win “jock tax” case, and more.
by seth fineberg on May 01, 2015
'Tis the season, conference season that is. This week's Editor's Corner explores what it should mean to you and your practice.
by Bryce Sanders on May 01, 2015
It’s easy to overlook obvious places where you can raise your visibility. A fitness center is one of those places.
by Terry Sheridan on Apr 30, 2015
Recent report highlights concerns about improper investment recommendations made by financial advisors to seniors.
by Julian Block on Apr 30, 2015
With careful planning, when you report an EE savings bond's interest could result in the equivalent of an exemption from taxes.
by Jason Bramwell on Apr 30, 2015
The menu features specials on SEC proposes executive-pay rules, loads of public input on tax reform, and more.
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