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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: New Year, New Accounting Firm Mergers and Acquisitions

The menu features specials on IRS dark money rules update, legal marijuana brings states modest tax boost, and more.
Tax

Enjoy Glad Tax Tidings for Business Entertainment Deductions

Did you do any recent entertaining? The IRS rules for deductions are tangled—it pays to know the fine points.
A&A

Hiring Outlook Finds More Companies Have Accounting Job Vacancies

Thirty percent of companies polled by Brilliant reported open accounting and finance positions heading into new year.
Tax

The 5 Services Small Businesses Need to Avoid Sales Tax Hassles

Sales tax compliance can be a small business nightmare—but it doesn't have to be this way.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Top GOP Senator Says Gas Tax Hike Still on the Table

The menu features specials on Tesco to cut jobs after accounting scandal, tax policy outlook for 2015, and more.
Practice

The 4 Rules for Being Successful with Social Prospecting

It can be so easy to get social prospecting wrong. You need to start with a plan and make the right choices.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Don’t Fret, Filing Season to Start on Jan. 20 as Scheduled

The menu features specials on key articles from this week on AWEB and other Sift Media sites that you may have missed.
A&A

Special for Auditors: Learn the 4 Steps to Closing the Audit Technology Gap

The role of internal audit has evolved considerably in recent years—but has the use of technology kept up?
Education & Careers

How Technology Can Break the Glass Ceiling in Accounting

Everyone is talking about all the advantages of the cloud: it can also empower women.

Bramwell's Lunch Beat: What You Were Reading on AccountingWEB in 2014

From Congressional committees to hiring practices to the NFL, many topics grabbed your interest in the past year.
Education & Careers

AWEB Exclusive: Top Women Accountants Talk about Leadership

AccountingWEB sat down with two women CPAs to see what they have to say about women accountants today.
Tax

Playing Detective: Using Tax Returns to Uncover Hidden Divorce Assets

If you know which schedules to look at, you can find clues to where an ex-spouse may be hiding money.

Bramwell's Lunch Beat: LinkedIn May Be Watching What You Do

IRS issues new revenue procedure, restaurants reconsider tipping, SEC looks at credit rating agencies, and more.
Practice

Why You May Be Serving the Wrong Clients—and How You Can Fix It

When choosing clients, understand that more isn't necessarily better. More is usually just more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The Industries with the Most Cyberbreaches Since 2011

The menu features specials on key articles from this week on AWEB and other Sift Media sites that you may have missed.
Education & Careers

5 Ways Millennial Accountants Can Completely Blow Job Interviews

Special tips for the Gen Y crowd on how to ace job interviews by avoiding these common mistakes.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Is Auctioning Ex-Mets Star’s Deferred Contract Payments

The menu features specials on FASB issues new intangible assets guidance, state tax revenues up in Q3, and more.
Tax

3 Ways Taxpayers Can Sidestep Possible Estimated Tax Penalties

Now is the time for accountants to set up nonwithholding clients so they pay the right taxes throughout the year.
Tax

The 'No Relief' Problem When a Client Stiffs You on a Bill

You should get some sort of break, right? But for most of us, the Internal Revenue Code provides little hope or comfort. Here's one example.

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