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5 Tips for Using Social Media for Marketing and Career Growth

Social media can be a powerful tool for accountants, and can jump start your firm and your career.
Tax

A Few Simple Words about Simplifying the Internal Revenue Code

"No one understands the Income Tax Law except persons who have not sufficient intelligence to understand the questions that arise under it.”
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: 529 College Savings Plans Won’t Get Tax Hike After All

The menu features specials on IRS offers some Obamacare tax penalty relief, US sales tax rate unaffected in Q4, and more.
Practice

How Accountants Can Make Themselves Essential to Their Clients

You have done everything your clients expect from you. Now, do everything they didn't expect.
Education & Careers

Website Ranks Best Tuition Rates for Online Accounting Master’s Degrees in 2015

The lowest cost of $12,650 was shared by two sister universities, according to a new Accounting Degree Review study.
Tax

Why Income Tax Planning Has Now Become a Key Part of Estate Planning

Income tax consequences of estate planning have taken on more significance due to the American Taxpayer Relief Act.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: New University Study Makes Case for Audit Transparency

The menu features specials on Ohio suit claims Obamacare tax is illegal, SEC court process scrutinized, and more.
Practice

Five Performance Steps to Make Your Firm Super Bowl-Tough

Take some tips for improving your firm from some football winners. Instill gridiron toughness in your office.
A&A

Clarified Auditing Standards: Audit Documentation (Redrafted)

It's all about knowing what the auditor did, what the auditor found and what the auditor did about what was found.
Tax

The 5 Things You Need to Know about Taxes and Domestic Employees

Whether your clients have a nanny or a 'Downton Abbey' staff, here are the rules to know to avoid serious penalties.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: CFOs Say Miami Has the Most Innovative Professionals

The menu features specials on Tesco to beef up its finance function, 2nd ex-PwC’er charged in Lux tax leaks, and more.

The Tax Court Shows 'Some' Leniency on Lost Records—But Don't Push It

Usually, if tax records are lost, they're lost. But the Tax Court may give you a break if the fault wasn't yours.

Our Friday Wrap-Up: What You May Have Missed This Week

Can a seasonal position turn into a fulltime job, taking care of yourself during tax season, and more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Risk from Digital Marketing Has Internal Auditors’ Attention

The menu features specials on IFAC identifies top challenges for SMPs, egg donor loses case against IRS, and more.
Tax

Use Excel to File Your 2014 Form 1040 and Related Schedules

Another step in our quest to show that there is no problem that can't be solved by a well-designed spreadsheet.

The Two Kinds of Clients You Want to Bring with You to the Cloud

When moving reluctant clients to the cloud, the barriers can be more psychological than technological.
Education & Careers

Think Again: Accounting Resumes with Gaps May Not Be Bad News

Both job seekers and employers dread the occasional resume gap—what happened here? Both groups need to lighten up.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Lew Remains Optimistic about Business Tax Reform Deal

The menu features specials on S&P to pay $77 million in civil settlement, TIGTA again warns of phone fraud scam, and more.
Tax

The 10 Guidelines You Need to Know about Form W-2 vs. Form 1099

The contractor vs. employee issues are complex; the temptation to finagle is strong; the penalties are huge.
Practice

New Survey Reveals Top Concerns for Accountants in 2015

What are you focusing on in the coming year—and does it match what other accounting firms are concerned about?

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