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The 2015 Tax Season Is Going to Suck, According to the Taxpayer Advocate

Essentially, taxpayers can expect the worst level of service in more than a decade. Here are the reasons why.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: New AICPA Finance Index Finds Satisfaction with Economy

The menu features specials on average tax prep fees go up, House OKs bill to ease some Dodd-Frank rules, and more.
Practice

The 8 Ways Accountants Can Throw Off Their Invisibility Cloaks

Yes, it's possible to stand out from the crowd and catch of the eye of the desirable clients.
A&A

Clarified Auditing Standards: Working with Those Charged with Governance

When it comes to financial statement audits, communication is key—and the rules are extensive.
Tax

Know the Twists and Turns Involving Charitable IRA Rollovers

If you donated IRA funds to a charity last year, make sure you account for it correctly this tax season.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: FASB Officially Says So Long to Extraordinary Items

The menu features specials on IRS to do less audits in 2015, senators reintroduce bill to repeal medical device tax, and more.
A&A

How SaaS Has Allowed Workday Accountants to Become More Efficient

CAO Robynne Sisco explains how SaaS solutions increase productivity, as compared to legacy on-premise systems.
Practice

Learn Why 'Sell' Doesn't Have to Be a Four-Letter Word for Accountants

There's bad history, fear, and stigmas associated with selling. Maybe you don't understand what selling really is.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: GOP and Democrats Still Divided Over Dodd-Frank

The menu features specials on IRS launches International Data Exchange Service, dynamic scoring risks, and more.
Tax

The Five Actions for IRS Tangible Property ‘Repair’ Regulations

Businesses and practitioners are wise to keep five actions regarding these rules top of mind during this tax season.

Fail to Remit Withheld Taxes and Find Yourself in a World of Hurt

Managers who "borrow" withheld taxes to fund company operations will find the IRS holds them personally responsible.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Tax Break for Middle Class at Heart of New Plan from Dems

The menu features specials on GOP courts Warren on device tax repeal, PCAOB to seek input on going concern, and more.
Practice

6 Ways You Can Market Like the Big Guys—for Virtually Free

Marketing can be a professional affair—low key, but effective. And with a little effort, it doesn't have to cost much.

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

How the profession may change, accounting espionage, becoming a super CFO, and more.
Tax

Bramwell's Lunch Beat: Senators Make Another Attempt at Preparer Regs

The menu features new trends in self-employed workers, a proxy fight at DuPont, webinars at the PCAOB, and more.
Technology

Feds Crack Down on Version 2.0 of Illegal Drug Website

A federal case provides a cautionary tale about what happens when an online business runs amok.
Education & Careers

9 Predictions for What Your World Just Might Look Like in 2025

From corporate restructuring to work-at-home to fewer marriages, what might the next decade look like?
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: More IPOs Using Non-GAAP Measures to Show Profits

The menu features specials on Ryan to lead first Ways and Means hearing Jan. 13, new NYC digs for CohnReznick, and more.
Tax

An Espionage Tale from the Files of James Bond, Tax Accountant

Read our tax columnist's personal story about Cold War spies and undeclared income, as fresh as today's headlines.
Education & Careers

How to Rise and Succeed as a Superstar CFO in the 21st Century

CFOs must know about HR and IT. If you want to be a financial leader, you'll have to expand your horizons.

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