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Bramwell’s Brunch Beat: More Vacant Accounting Jobs Are Expected In Q2

The menu features specials on small biz owners happy with accountants, internal control audits improving, and more.

TIGTA’s Top Cop Issues Warnings on Tax Scams at Senate Hearing

Timothy Camus cites schemes he calls “pernicious and dangerous" and "surprisingly effective and fast ways to steal money.”

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: What Retirement? Dave Camp Lands at PwC as an Advisor

The menu features specials on road builders want gas tax hike, untangling new lease accounting rules, and more.

Three Tips to Cross-Selling More Services to Your Tax Clients

Your clients already like your tax work—so use this as a springboard to launch new engagements.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Which Has More Words: the US Tax Code or the Bible?

The menu features specials on internal auditors face pressure over results, public’s input sought on tax reform, and more.

Special for Freelancers: Essential Tax Rules for 1099 Workers

There are a lot of subtleties built into the IRC for those paid on Form 1099. But don't think you can game the system.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: SEC Official Urges Muni Issuers to Adhere to GASB Standards

The menu features specials on online sales tax bill returns, GOP looks to block tax credit for immigrants, and more.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Tax Executives Have Little Hope for Reform in 2015

The menu features specials on IIA and Auditing Roundtable to merge, Rubio tax plan would spur economic growth, and more.

The Affordable Care Act: What Tax Practitioners Have to Know

The ACA is a tax challenge—know the details and exemptions to smooth the way for your clients.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: US Businesses Slow to Put Women in Leadership Roles

The menu features specials on Intuit contacted by DOJ and FTC, recap of last week’s IRS technical guidance, and more.
Education & Careers

Busy Season Quiz for Accountants: Rate Our Efficiency Tips

To help you get through the rest of the season, we've compiled an interactive list. Cast your vote for the best!

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: FASB Proposes Update to Nonprofit Financial Reporting Rules

The menu features specials on US losing tax money on foreign takeovers, ex-IRS chief running for president, and more.

How to Work Around IRS Rules with Subtlety and Slyness

You think the IRS commuting rule is etched in stone? A pair of taxpayers created a loophole—and the court agreed.

Robo-Audit: The IRS Finds a New Way to Check Tax Returns

However, by taking a few simple steps taxpayers and their preparers can avoid IRS inquiries.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The 3 Areas with the Highest Audit Inspection Deficiencies

The menu features specials on finance execs optimistic about growth, justices hear arguments in ACA case, and more.

Letters, We Get Lots and Lots of Letters…From the Internal Revenue Service

The IRS doesn't just write to taxpayers—it writes to tax preparers. And you better pay attention.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Big Companies Still Using Old Internal-Control Guidelines

The menu features specials on Xero delays US stock listing, IRS delaying refunds for many ACA enrollees, and more.

Don’t Miss These 5 Useful Federal Tax Credits for Small Businesses

Small family-owned businesses and start-ups may not be aware of the credits available to them.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Business Audit Rate Reaches Eight-Year Low

The menu features specials on Sleeter Group acquired by media company, GASB defines fair value measurement, and more.

Saved from the IRS Part 2: More Income the Government Can't Touch

Last week we published a list of items the IRS doesn't tax. Here are a few more that are wholly or partially exempted.


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