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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: SEC is About to Lose Another Commissioner

The menu features specials on overseas action fuels US tax fears, GOP backers oppose corporate tax deal, and more.

Making New Tax Year’s Resolutions – and Sticking to Them

Here are five resolutions for expanding your client relationships and providing more value in this New Tax Year.

AICPA to FAF: Full Steam Ahead on Private Company Accounting Matters

Comments sent as part of an assessment of the Private Company Council’s effectiveness in standard-setting process.

FASB Proposes Improvements in Two Areas of New Revenue Standard

Stakeholders have until June 30 to comment on the proposed rule changes to performance obligations and licensing.

New AICPA Not-for-Profit Section is Chock-Full of Resources for Practitioners

Practical tools to help simplify and streamline tasks include work-paper templates, checklists, and sample reports.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The Divide Between Financial Advisors and Millennials

The menu features specials on SEC gets many audit independence queries, Chris Christie’s income tax plan, and more.

IRS Issues 2016 Deduction Limits for Health Savings Accounts

Limitation is $3,350 for individuals with self-only coverage under high-deductible plan; $6,750 for family coverage.

Study Finds SOX 404 May Not be Fulfilling its Purpose

Academic research shows companies that are transparent about internal-control problems incur a variety of “penalties” than those that don’t report weaknesses.

Technology a Core Asset for CFOs, Research Says

Economic volatility and competition for the smartest staff will also have a big effect on finance departments, according to a study from the IMA and ACCA.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Florida Jury Says Deloitte Not Liable in Auditing Case

The menu features specials on Tesco drops PwC as its auditor, SEC issues new guidance on venues for cases, and more.

Sage Adds Bank Recs, Free Version to Sage One

Sage North America has upgraded its U.S. version of Sage One Accounting, including full bank reconciliations and new pricing that includes a free version.

PCAOB Highlights Key Issues for Audit Committees in New Communication Tool

Audit Committee Dialogue gives committee members insight on key recurring areas of concern and emerging audit risks.

The IRS Doesn’t Take Pity on Home Sellers Who Suffered a Loss

The tax code bars deductions for losses on sales of things considered personal assets, such as principal residences.

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

CPAs and the MBA, five ways to be brilliant at networking, importance of first aid training at your firm, and more.
Practice Management

Editor's Corner: What's New in Vendor and Firm Plans?

This week's Corner explores some of the latest key vendor moves as well as some powerful opinions and reports around your firm's and clients' future.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IFRS Filing Option Has ‘Little Support,’ SEC Official Says

The menu features specials on Toshiba’s accounting probed, Sander Levin not optimistic about tax reform, and more.

Succession Planning Myths vs. Reality

Transition Advisors Managing Director Bill Carlino explains five common myths and often harsh realities associated with firms and succession planning.

IRS Showing Improvement in Processing Political Groups’ Tax-Exempt Applications

IRS has completed processing for 149 of the 160 tax-exempt applications that had remained open at the end of 2012.

IMA: Business Hiring Plans Won’t be Impacted Much by Affordable Care Act

Only 17% of IMA members expect the healthcare law to negatively affect their hiring decisions in the coming year.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: SEC Has a Home-Court Advantage in Enforcement Cases

The menu features specials on IRS sets up cyber investigative team, report says most tax scofflaws at IRS not fired, and more.


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