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.

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.

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.

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.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Top Spot in AICPA Accounting Competition Goes to UNLV

The menu features specials on NY Rep. to plead guilty to tax evasion, CFO Journal’s top 20 finance chiefs, and more.

Year-end Marriage: Will You Face Tax Bliss or Wedding Bell Blues?

Depending on finances, the betrothed may be better off waiting until next year—but not always.
Education & Careers

The 5 Questions Management Accountants Will Face in Job Interviews

Beyond FASB rules, here are five questions accountants may face, and how an expert suggests you answer them.

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Suit Alleges Ex-ARCP CEO Wanted Firm’s Books Altered

The menu features specials on IRS warns of possible shutdown, PCAOB starts webinar outreach initiative, and more.

The 8 Ways of Telling the World that You're an Accountant

"What do you do?" is a question for the ages. Choose how you answer it with great care.

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

Robert Half on how to land that job, methods for working with Boomers, sex addiction and tax fraud, and more.

Bramwell's Lunch Beat: IRS Gives a 'Shout Out' to Qualified Preparers

Round-Up of tax breaks, IASB cuts the clutter, Luxembourg comes clean on tax secrets, and more.

In the Calm Before the Storm, Sit Down and Talk with Your Clients

Addressing issues before they become problematic is hard work, but it is worth the extra effort.

How to Make the Most of the Federal Annual Gift Tax Exclusion

If you want to pass wealth to beneficiaries and save on taxes, sometimes the easiest way is the best.

Bramwell's Lunch Beat: Big Companies Find a Tax Workaround

Cuba changes affect business, Subpart F: The Musical gets new life, PCAOB hands down ruling in Japan, and more.
Education & Careers

5 Ways You Can Wow the Partner During the Job Interview

A recruiting manager at Robert Half gives the lowdown on what you need to know to land that new job.

How to Help Baby Boomers with Their Top Three Financial Problems

Are you a Boomer or a child of a Boomer? You may know how they think, and you also need to know how to help them.

Bramwell's Lunch Beat: GAO Is Not Happy with IRS Phone Service

AICPA looks at peer review reform, ACCA comments on SEC remarks, IRS pilot program expanded nationwide, and more.
Wealth management

Plan Ahead to Avoid Required Minimum Distribution Nightmares

Tax time is also for planning ahead, so the next tax season goes smoothly, with no nasty surprises.

Special Guide: Pricing Strategies for Business Advisory Services

We've teamed up with Sage and Principa's Ric Payne to bring you this guide to pricing strategy.


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