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Auditing Special Purpose Frameworks: Operating Expenses—Part 1

This article discusses basic accounting principles for operating expenses under the FRF for SMEs. Lease accounting is also covered. Part 2 will address basic auditing procedures.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: States with the Best Business Tax Climates

The menu for Oct. 29 features specials on federal judge throws out AICPA lawsuit against the IRS, EU warns Hungary over Internet tax proposal, Pfizer on the hunt for an inversion partner, and more.
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Top 5 Trends Shaping Accounting’s Future

A new survey from Wolters Kluwer, CCH found that 18 percent of all accountants report feeling "very prepared" to address the most significant trends facing their firms in the future.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Big Winners in SEC Audit Client Gains

The menu for Oct. 28 features specials on Hungary softens proposed tax on Internet use, government lawyers go private to help inversions succeed, San Francisco calls “Twitter tax break” a success, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Flexes Its Muscles on Civil Forfeiture

The menu for Oct. 27 features specials on FATCA may be to blame for more Americans renouncing citizenship, roundup of IRS technical guidance issued last week, auditor fined for violating partner rotation law, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The Skinny on 2015 Pension Plan Limits

The menu for Oct. 24 features specials on federal judge throws out lawsuits against IRS, KPMG audit deficiency rate was 46% in 2013, another tax inversion deal dies, Mary Crotty is new COO of FAF, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: KPMG Finally Joining the Strategy Party

The menu for Oct. 23 features specials on SEC and Big Four Chinese firms continue talks over audit documents, Tesco chair resigns amid accounting mess, Mylan and Abbott tweak tax deal, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Average Fees for Tax Preparation

The menu for Oct. 22 features specials on IRS chief warns of complicated 2015 filing season, FASB continues efforts to reduce complexity, AICPA elects new board chair, inversion lobbying booms, and more.
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Accounting Principals Lists the Top Jobs Trending Upward

According to the staffing firm's recently released "2015 Salary Guide," some of the most in-demand accounting and finance jobs are bookkeeping clerk, accountant, and financial analyst.
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Auditing Special Purpose Frameworks: Auditing Revenues—Part 2

The first part discussed the principles of revenue recognition under the FRF for SMEs. This part will focus on auditing issues, including some common questions auditors should ask.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: AICPA About to Roll Out SSARS No. 21

The menu for Oct. 21 features specials on AICPA responds to EEOC scrutiny of firms’ retirement-age policies, AbbVie-Shire inversion deal officially bites the dust, IRS behind on ID cards, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Now Is the Time to Renew Your PTIN

The menu for Oct. 20 features specials on Tesco accounting probe finds “inappropriate behavior” by staff, AICPA launches new diversity and inclusion tools, ex-PwC employee sues Comcast, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Deep Dive Into Public Company Non-audit and Audit Fees

The menu for Oct. 17 features specials on the split over accounting convergence, middle-market tax burden is rising, US business leaders remain optimistic about economy, and more.
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Auditing Special Purpose Frameworks: Auditing Revenues—Part 1

Recognizing revenue under the FRF for SMEs requires completion of performance of a transaction and reasonable assurance of collection of invoices and billings.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: As the Inversion World Turns

The menu for Oct. 16 features specials on WHO backs higher tobacco taxes, FASB looks to improve stock option accounting, former UBS manager testifies against Raoul Weil in tax evasion trial, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Time’s Up! Tax-Filing Extension Ends Today

The menu for Oct. 15 features specials on IRS says business e-file up 10 percent in 2014, AbbVie may back out of Shire inversion deal, Grant Thornton revenues reach an all-time high, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Rules, Smules – More Inversions On the Way

The menu for Oct. 14 features specials on Tesco suspends three more workers amid accounting probe, Swiss banker faces feds in tax evasion trial, new survey finds that aggregate goodwill impairment at lowest level since 2008, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: A $14.7 Billion Tax Increase Is Lurking

The menu for Oct. 10 features specials on AICPA wants IRS to make changes to tangible property regs, CAQ survey finds investor confidence pretty high right now, inverted company buys US firm, and more.
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New Hiring Forecast Predicts High Demand for Accountants

According to a new Q4 jobs outlook by staffing firm Brilliant, 28 percent of businesses are planning to increase hiring of accountants and other finance professionals in the next 12 months; temp hiring is expected to go up by 16 percent.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: States with Highest Cellphone Tax Rates

The menu for Oct. 9 features specials on two tax officials express doubt about FATCA, healthcare tax credit shrinking for some small tax-exempt employers, Hillary Clinton dodges issue of medical-device tax, and more.

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