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Monroe celebrates anniversary with launch of Ultimate calculator

Advertorial: This year marks the celebration of Monroe Calculator's 98th birthday. It's difficult to imagine what the world would be like today were it not for Monroe. Where would office automation be today?

CPE mid-year 2010 update: Rules, regulations, trends

Mid-year 2010 has arrived and accountants in approximately half the jurisdictions in the United States are facing compliance deadlines. Tax time is well behind us and crunch time for compliance is here.

Most executives remain confident about business growth

Six percent of chief financial officers said they plan to hire full-time accounting and finance employees during the third quarter of 2010, while 9 percent anticipate staff reductions. Despite those numbers, CFOs remain optimistic about the outlook for their businesses.

Broke states and broken promises

According to a recent report from the National Association of State Budget Officers and the National Governors Association, state fiscal conditions "have continued to worsen" and state revenues can be expected to lag behind a national economic recovery by one to three years.

Another round of actors in trouble with the tax man

What do Mary Ann, the Big Lebowski, Arnie Becker, and Cal Hockley have in common? The actors who played them are in tax-related trouble.

Salt Lake City federal court bars CPA from preparing tax returns for others

A federal court in Salt Lake City has permanently barred Dick Jenkins, a CPA from Heber City, Utah, from preparing tax returns for others.

CPA mobility legislation gains national momentum

Twenty-three states have approved laws to make it less burdensome for certified public accountants to represent clients across state lines.The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is seeking enactment of similar laws in every state so that a national uniform mobility system will become a reality for CPAs, CPA firms, and the state boards of accountancy that regulate them.

Maryland becomes 18th state to enact CPA mobility legislation

The Maryland General Assembly last week passed a CPA mobility bill that will make it easier for CPAs to do interstate business.

AccountingWEB Weekly News Wrap-up - Issue 17

The AccountingWEB Friday Wrap-Up Newswire - Issue 17 November 12, 1999 http://www.accountingweb.comIn the headlines this week:1. Centerprise Gets SEC Approval Then Withdraws IPO Bid2. PWC Signs $1 Billion Outsourcing Deal3. Roth IRA Conversion Deadline Extended by IRS4. AICPA Creates New Information Technology Accreditation5. IRS to Show Leniency Towards Y2K Related Business Snags6. Finding Clients To Die For 7.


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