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by Jason Bramwell on Apr 02, 2015
A letter sent on March 31 to a Senate Finance Committee Tax Reform Working Group focused on four key issues.
by Jeff Davidson on Apr 02, 2015
If you act for the right reasons, you receive the right rewards. Here’s a couple examples of why character prevails.
by Jason Bramwell on Apr 02, 2015
The menu features specials on GOP senators want to nix death tax, Congress just created special tax break, and more.
by David Ringstrom on Apr 02, 2015
Also, there is one word that cannot be assigned to an Excel worksheet. Find out what that word is and its backstory.
by Jason Bramwell on Apr 01, 2015
If enacted, US public companies would apply the new rule to annual reporting periods beginning after Dec. 15, 2017.
by Larry Perry CPA on Apr 01, 2015
Learn about the many preliminary and practical activities that are necessary for effective engagement planning.
by Bryce Sanders on Apr 01, 2015
As a CPA, you have a lot on your plate. But create some extra time in your day by making these simple improvements.
by Jason Bramwell on Apr 01, 2015
The menu features specials on WeiserMazars names new CEO, Koskinen says GOP can’t abolish IRS, and more.
by Kristen Rampe on Apr 01, 2015
We hope we amused you with our April Fools article, although bringing back the two martini lunch doesn’t really sound too bad, right?
by Dan deRoulet Jr. on Mar 31, 2015
The software-as-a-service revolution is upon us, bringing with it challenges and opportunities for accountants.
by Cynthia J. Larose on Mar 31, 2015
Scammers are out there, but there are steps your company can take to protect its data from being compromised.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 31, 2015
The menu features specials on BSI to pay $211M penalty in US tax case, US individual tax share grows, and more.
by Veronica Wasek on Mar 31, 2015
At first glance, the new QuickBooks Online may look a bit daunting. But take the time to explore its features. Here are some of the more common ones.
by Terry Sheridan on Mar 30, 2015
Corporations are starting to move from a blended-rate method to a state-by-state approach. But it hasn’t been easy.
by Ken Berry on Mar 30, 2015
House GOP tax writers want to put the kibosh on the "death tax." But the bill stands little chance of becoming law.

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