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UT-Austin sweeps annual professors survey; PwC takes top ranking of firms

Public Accounting Report, CCH's independent newsletter of the accounting profession, has published results of its annual survey of accounting professors. UT-Austin swept the college rankings, while PwC took first place in the firm rankings.
Community News

Atlanta accounting firms announce merger

Atlanta accounting firms Windham Brannon and Tarpley & Underwood have announced their merger. The resulting firm ranks among the top 10 Atlanta CPA firms with more than 140 staff.
Practice

Small business employment index indicates 57,000 jobs created in December

Small business employment continued to show growth in December with an increase in hours worked and wages flat, according to the most recent Small Business Employment Index by Intuit Inc.
Education & Careers

Small business employment index indicates 49,000 new jobs; wages down slightly

Small business employment continued to show growth in November, although wages were down and hours worked remained flat, according to this month's Small Business Employment Index by Intuit Inc.
Community News

Ernst & Young Gives $1M to UGA School of Accounting

Ernst & Young has pledged $1 million to the Tull School of Accounting in the University of Georgia Terry College of Business.
Tax

Four celebrities face battles with the IRS

Even the thin, beautiful, and talented have to pay their fair share of taxes. Beverly Johnson, Janice Dickinson, Jaime Pressly, and Toni Braxton have run-ins with the IRS.
Education & Careers

Colleges and universities must be ethical

The actions of colleges and universities provide examples to their students of how to act with – or without – a high level of ethical standards. From grading practices to sustainability, these institutions need to be cognizant of the message they send.
Technology

Five enhancements of Windows 7

Beyond the world of Windows XP, there lies a new age in computers. When the time comes for you to switch to Microsoft’s newest operating system, 7 will be waiting for you with enhancements that will make your transition extremely pleasing.
A&A

PCAOB announces participants in roundtable on new proposed communications standard

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has announced the names of the participants in the roundtable discussion on its proposed standard on auditors' communications with audit committees.
Practice

To contest or not to contest: Unemployment compensation claims

Former employees occasionally seek unemployment benefits they don’t deserve, either because they are desperate, confused, or trying to cheat the system. Employers, bearing the cost of unemployment payments, must evaluate whether to challenge those unemployment claims.
Education & Careers

2010 AccountingWEB accounting student scholarship winners announced

AccountingWEB is pleased to announce that three winners have been chosen as the 2010 AccountingWEB Accounting Student Scholarship winners.
Community News

Company announcements: Week of August 30

Following is the latest roundup of firm news for the week of August 30, 2010.
Community News

KPMG Foundation awards $470,000 in scholarships

The KPMG Foundation this week announced it has awarded a total of $470,000 in scholarships to 47 minority accounting doctoral students for the 2010-2011 academic year.
Tax

Revenue worries don't stop states from offering tax holidays

Taxpayers in 16 states will get sales tax breaks on the purchase of various school-related purchases during certain dates in July and August.
A&A

Cooper Graci & Co. merges with Carr, Riggs & Ingram

CPA firm Cooper Graci & Co. has merged with Enterprise, AL-based accounting firm Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC. The merger expands CRI’s footprint into Texas for a total of seven states.
Tax

Game, set, match to the IRS

Just before the start of this year’s French Open Tournament, news spread that Murphy Jensen, a doubles champion from the 1993 French Open, was neck deep in hot water with the Internal Revenue Service and two state tax agencies.
Tax

Four rap stars make the IRS hit list

The list of famous, well-paid people who owe back taxes is long and getting longer. Lately, it seems the names dominating the list are those of rappers.
Tax

Many businesses expect property tax liability to remain the same or increase

More than half of property tax executives expect their companies’ property tax burden to either remain the same or increase in 2010, compared with last year.
Tax

Three artists sing the tax-trouble blues

The Queen of Soul and the taxman are doing battle again – and Judy Collins and Toni Braxton are singing a similar tune.
Tax

Former Detroit Lion in trouble as “Farr” as eye can see

Mike Farr once rode high as a member of the Detroit Lions. These days, he’s in hot water. Not only does he owe nearly $83,000 in state and federal taxes but, a few weeks ago, federal regulators put a lock on his assets after he was named in a government lawsuit.

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