by Caleb Newquist on 08/01/14
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by Julian Block on 08/01/14
Everyone knows about paying estimated taxes, but that's just the beginning. The rules for calculating them are complex and the penalties can be severe—but there are safe harbors.
by Richard Koreto on 08/01/14
The menu for July 31 features bipartisan efforts on tax refund fraud, a possible new chief accountant for the SEC, the battle against bank overdraft fees, and more.
by Caleb Newquist on Aug 01, 2014
Performance evaluations are dying a slow death. Here are some suggestions for replacing your old appraisal methods with something that will benefit you and your employees better.
by Holly Nicholas ... on Jul 31, 2014
Do you have entrepreneurial clients? Here's a simple checklist to go over with CEOs to get them started on the right track to running a successful, fiscally responsible business.
by Richard Koreto on Jul 31, 2014
The menu for July 31 features yet another attempt on the estate tax, the revelation of Lois Lerner's salty language, Bank of America's mortgage fines, possible SEC reforms, and more.
by Jeff Pickard on Jul 31, 2014
Document management software is essential for accounting offices. With the right paperless office solution, you can organize all of your electronic and paper documents and keep them close by.
by Larry Perry CPA on Jul 30, 2014
Learning "how" to audit cash is mainly learning "when" to audit cash and to "what extent" cash auditing procedures should be applied.
by Richard Koreto on Jul 30, 2014
The menu for July 30 features bills on the highway fund, a study on the reduction of restatements, an examination of banks and ethics, a proposal to eliminate the IRS Commissioner and more.
by Deanna White on Jul 30, 2014
One financial professional had to deal with a client who brought 25 pounds of paper to her first appointment. Here's how to stop that kind of behavior and get clients to act logically.
by Terry Sheridan on Jul 29, 2014
There it stands, your client's 100-year-old, rickety, vermin-infested barn. Federal and state tax incentives can offset the costs of rehabbing an old building and make it valuable again.
by Richard Koreto on Jul 29, 2014
The menu for July 29 features yet another twist on inversions, controversial TV tax breaks, new data on who's fleeing high-tax states, an ASB amendment, another chance at energy tax breaks, and more.
by Jonathan Poston on Jul 29, 2014
Changes are on the horizon that could empower accounting software users to the point when they don't need accountants any longer, and reduce the process to a turnkey program.
by Julian Block on Jul 28, 2014
The tax code allows you to claim tax deductions for household damage caused by thefts, vandalism, fires, floods, hurricanes, and more. But the law imposes several restrictions.
by Richard Koreto on Jul 28, 2014
The menu for July 28 features still more on the inversion argument, an analysis of why Canadian banks are unhappy with FATCA, Congress-White House disagreement on child care credits, banking regulations, and more.
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