by Deanna White on Sep 03, 2014
A global accounting association has put together a list of five important "to-do items" that managing partners must address within their firms if they want to support continued growth.
by Jason Bramwell on Sep 02, 2014
The US Treasury Department and the IRS on August 28 released draft guidance on the reporting requirements for forms 1094-B and 1095-B, as well as forms 1094-C and 1095-C.
by Jason Bramwell on Sep 02, 2014
The menu for September 2 features specials on Treasury secretary to speak on tax reform and inversions next week, public pension funds stay quiet on inversions, some Swiss banks pull out of US tax program, and more.
by Jason Bramwell on Aug 29, 2014
Interested individuals have until October 31 to provide comments to the FASB about the taxonomy, which is a list of computer-readable financial reporting labels coded in XBRL.
by Jason Bramwell on Aug 29, 2014
The menu for August 29 features specials on EY audit deficiency rate was 49% in 2013, hedge funds look for clues on Treasury’s inversion crackdown, SEC issues whistleblower award, and more.
by Sally Glick on Aug 29, 2014
Never overlook the importance of promoting your role as a trusted business advisor for your own clients. With a well-earned reputation as a trusted advisor, you are more competitive in your niche.
by Jason Bramwell on Aug 28, 2014
The menu for August 28 features specials on MF Global lawsuit against PwC will go to trial, CAQ releases new judgment tool for auditors, KPMG faces criticism for Espírito Santo audit work, and more.
by Deanna White on Aug 28, 2014
The work-life balance myth may be hopelessly flawed, but its most insidious deception is its implication that work and family are separate lives. There are other approaches.
by Julian Block on Aug 27, 2014
Accountants often have to deal with the results of any investment advice clients obtained during the year, so it's a good idea for them to become adept at the deceptively tricky cap gains rules.
by Jason Bramwell on Aug 27, 2014
The menu for August 27 features specials on seven US companies whose effective tax rates are shrinking, CFOs running the numbers on inversion, GOP Senate candidate calls for gas tax reduction, and more.
by Bryce Sanders on Aug 26, 2014
Accountants without a succession plan are hurting not only themselves but their clients as well. Here are seven ways to see your practice continues after you retire—some of them are better than others.
by Jason Bramwell on Aug 26, 2014
The menu for August 26 features specials on two top House Republicans profited from inversion deal, GOP charges IRS with conflict of interest, judge questions shareholder deal in HP/Autonomy accounting fraud case, and more.
by Richard Koreto on Aug 26, 2014
Summer is a time for kicking back and playing a few round of golf with friends, for example. But if you're on the green, you'd better be careful: The SEC may be looking over your shoulder.
by Amy Vetter on Aug 25, 2014
To set up the right value pricing for your client, you need to know what questions to ask first so you can later sell your value. Here are some tips on how you can better understand your client.
by Jason Bramwell on Aug 25, 2014
The menu for August 25 features specials on the specter of Ronald Reagan’s tax cuts is haunting Republicans, a tax-avoidance strategy not as scrutinized as inversions, now’s the time to open a charitable-gift fund, and more.

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