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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: New Year, New Accounting Firm Mergers and Acquisitions

The menu features specials on IRS dark money rules update, legal marijuana brings states modest tax boost, and more.
Tax

Enjoy Glad Tax Tidings for Business Entertainment Deductions

Did you do any recent entertaining? The IRS rules for deductions are tangled—it pays to know the fine points.
Tax

The 5 Services Small Businesses Need to Avoid Sales Tax Hassles

Sales tax compliance can be a small business nightmare—but it doesn't have to be this way.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Top GOP Senator Says Gas Tax Hike Still on the Table

The menu features specials on Tesco to cut jobs after accounting scandal, tax policy outlook for 2015, and more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Don’t Fret, Filing Season to Start on Jan. 20 as Scheduled

The menu features specials on key articles from this week on AWEB and other Sift Media sites that you may have missed.
Tax

Playing Detective: Using Tax Returns to Uncover Hidden Divorce Assets

If you know which schedules to look at, you can find clues to where an ex-spouse may be hiding money.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The Industries with the Most Cyberbreaches Since 2011

The menu features specials on key articles from this week on AWEB and other Sift Media sites that you may have missed.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Is Auctioning Ex-Mets Star’s Deferred Contract Payments

The menu features specials on FASB issues new intangible assets guidance, state tax revenues up in Q3, and more.
Tax

3 Ways Taxpayers Can Sidestep Possible Estimated Tax Penalties

Now is the time for accountants to set up nonwithholding clients so they pay the right taxes throughout the year.
Tax

The 'No Relief' Problem When a Client Stiffs You on a Bill

You should get some sort of break, right? But for most of us, the Internal Revenue Code provides little hope or comfort. Here's one example.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Top Spot in AICPA Accounting Competition Goes to UNLV

The menu features specials on NY Rep. to plead guilty to tax evasion, CFO Journal’s top 20 finance chiefs, and more.
Tax

Year-end Marriage: Will You Face Tax Bliss or Wedding Bell Blues?

Depending on finances, the betrothed may be better off waiting until next year—but not always.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Suit Alleges Ex-ARCP CEO Wanted Firm’s Books Altered

The menu features specials on IRS warns of possible shutdown, PCAOB starts webinar outreach initiative, and more.
Tax

How to Make the Most of the Federal Annual Gift Tax Exclusion

If you want to pass wealth to beneficiaries and save on taxes, sometimes the easiest way is the best.
Wealth management

Plan Ahead to Avoid Required Minimum Distribution Nightmares

Tax time is also for planning ahead, so the next tax season goes smoothly, with no nasty surprises.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: At Long Last, Camp Officially Introduces Tax Reform Bill

The menu features specials on audit failures are an “execution problem,” charity tax break bill a no-go, and more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Business Mileage Rate Goes Up for 2015

The menu features specials on KPMG global revenue up 6%, review site G2 Crowd ranks payroll software, and more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Ban on Internet Taxes Part of Deal to Avoid Shutdown

The menu features specials on IRS paid $6B in bogus child tax credits, SEC corporate finance priorities, and more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: FAF/FASB Responds to Chief Accountant Comments

The menu features the IRS preparer program deadline, a European plan to raises taxes on Netflix, and more.
Tax

4 Common Expense-Tracking Pitfalls – And How to Avoid Them This Tax Season

Don't stress out at tax time. Proper deduction tracking during the year is not as difficult as you might think.

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