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Millennials frustrated with weak economy, scarcity of jobs

POLL: Only 31% of young people 18-29 approve of the President’s handling of youth unemployment, 69% say Washington is not addressing concerns of young people.
Community News

Company announcements: Week of June 27, 2011

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of June 27, 2011.

New Baby Boomer budget item: Taking care of the parents

It is estimated that nearly 10 million adult children over the age of 50 care for their aging parents. These Baby Boomers should be finalizing plans for their own retirement, but they are putting their parents first.
Education & Careers

World of Accounting introduces profession to Rochester, NY high school students

The World of Accounting showcase, hosted by the Rochester chapter of the New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA) on April 29, provided nearly 200 New York high school students with an opportunity to explore career options in accounting.
A&A

Public unions, the economy, and what's at stake for companies now

It's a story that's playing out across the country – cash-strapped governments are scrambling to balance their budgets while hamstrung by the contracts of current and retired public union workers.
Community News

McCrory & McDowell announces merger with ParenteBeard

Philadelphia-based ParenteBeard LLC, the largest CPA firm headquartered in Pennsylvania, and McCrory & McDowell, LLC, one of the largest Pittsburgh-based accounting and consulting firms, have announced they will combine practices effective June 1, 2011.
Wealth management

Number of U.S. millionaires expected to double before end of decade

A new report from the Deloitte Center for Financial Services suggests the total wealth among millionaire households could more than double over the next decade in 25 major economies, growing from an estimated $92 trillion this year to $202 trillion in 2020.
Technology

Intuit offers $10,000 to innovative entrepreneurs

Do you have Intuit’s next great idea? If so, the company wants to hear from you. Intuit Inc., which created Quicken and QuickBooks, is unveiling a website where innovators can collaborate to solve some of the company’s biggest product challenges. And in the process, someone’s bright idea may be worth up to $10,000.
Community News

Company announcements: Week of April 11, 2011

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of April 11, 2011.
Community News

Company announcements: Week of April 4, 2011

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of April 4, 2011.
Community News

Company announcements: Week of March 28, 2011

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of March 28, 2011.
A&A

Did Ernst & Young really assist financial fraud?

As the auditor of Lehman Brothers, Ernst & Young approved the use of Repo 105 transactions. These transactions were characterized as sales of assets and created a misleading picture of Lehman's financial position during the financial meltdown.
Education & Careers

E&Y's Keys to Campus prepares students for transition to college

Ernst & Young's New York headquarters in Times Square was the setting for the firm's inaugural Keys to the Campus program, helping to prepare high school students from diverse communities for the realities of college life.
Community News

KPMG teams with National Academy Foundation to strengthen high school accounting education

The National Academy Foundation (NAF) has teamed with Big Four firm KPMG LLP and the KPMG Foundation in a move to strengthen high school accounting education at its Academies of Finance (AOF) nationwide.
Community News

Company announcements: Week of March 21, 2011

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of March 21, 2011.
Tax

E-filing mandate tightens for firms handling fiduciary tax returns

For the Spring, 2012, tax season, any firm filing more than 10 Federal fiduciary income tax returns will be required to file electronically, as will firms filing New York State fidiciary income tax returns This change will impact thousands of firms next tax season.
Community News

Company announcements: Week of March 14, 2011

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of March 7, 2011.
Tax

IRS sticks former Duke lacrosse player and falsely accused rapist with $6.5M tax bill

The name Reade Seligmann has been out of the headlines for awhile, but lately he's been back in the limelight. The former Duke lacrosse player and falsely accused rapist is dealing with a hefty IRS bill.
Technology

How your Web site can make you more like James Franco

With everything else you have going on, the last thing you should be worried about is wasting time working on your Web site. In fact, your Web site should actually save you time, especially during tax season, while you are furiously completing tax returns for your clients.
Tax

Pacino and Scorsese added to the list of Ponzi scheme victims

Al Pacino, who may be best known for the Godfather movies about the notorious Corleone mob family, is now finding he’s up against a real foe... the Internal Revenue Service. Public documents show Pacino owes the IRS nearly $188,000.

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