by Jason Bramwell on Oct 16, 2014
The menu for Oct. 16 features specials on WHO backs higher tobacco taxes, FASB looks to improve stock option accounting, former UBS manager testifies against Raoul Weil in tax evasion trial, and more.
by Deanna White on Oct 16, 2014
Is your firm confused about how to attract, retain, and promote women? Moss Adams is using a unique accountability approach that closes a big and often overlooked gap in many women's initiatives.
by Kristen Rampe on Oct 15, 2014
Are your meetings productive? Or are they time-wasting exercises in futility, like something out of a Dilbert cartoon? Here's how to ensure office meetings don't elicit groans from your staff.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 15, 2014
The menu for Oct. 15 features specials on IRS says business e-file up 10 percent in 2014, AbbVie may back out of Shire inversion deal, Grant Thornton revenues reach an all-time high, and more.
by Julian Block on Oct 15, 2014
It may look like the IRS caps loss deductions at $3,000, but that ceiling is not the whole story for tax-savvy investors. Julian Block shows how a clever Victoria's Secret model took full advantage of the IRC.
by Bryce Sanders on Oct 14, 2014
In Part 2 of this series, we look at the upside of working with friends. Despite various risks, when people really want something, they will make an effort to work with someone they know.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 14, 2014
The menu for Oct. 14 features specials on Tesco suspends three more workers amid accounting probe, Swiss banker faces feds in tax evasion trial, new survey finds that aggregate goodwill impairment at lowest level since 2008, and more.
by Janice Fioravante on Oct 14, 2014
Sure, your job is to control costs and the way you divvy out precious cash resources is bound to ruffle feathers sometimes. But is that all you’re doing? Or are you helping corporate goals?
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 10, 2014
The menu for Oct. 10 features specials on AICPA wants IRS to make changes to tangible property regs, CAQ survey finds investor confidence pretty high right now, inverted company buys US firm, and more.
by Terry Sheridan on Oct 10, 2014
Bitcoin is not just a flash-in-the pan. There are over 5 million holders of bitcoin, and 100,000 merchants accepting the virtual currency, with 1,000 more signing up each week. Don't get left out.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 09, 2014
According to a new Q4 jobs outlook by staffing firm Brilliant, 28 percent of businesses are planning to increase hiring of accountants and other finance professionals in the next 12 months; temp hiring is expected to go up by 16 percent.
by Mary Ellen Biery on Oct 09, 2014
If your firm has, or is cultivating, an industry niche, you're already ahead of many other firms. You just have to take the next steps and let everyone know. Here's how to reach out to your niche.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 09, 2014
The menu for Oct. 9 features specials on two tax officials express doubt about FATCA, healthcare tax credit shrinking for some small tax-exempt employers, Hillary Clinton dodges issue of medical-device tax, and more.
by Jeff Davidson on Oct 08, 2014
Jeff Davidson explains how an early encounter with Washington's nightmarish traffic patterns—and his eventual triumph—became a metaphor we all can use in moving ahead in our careers, and in life.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 08, 2014
The menu for Oct. 8 features specials on PwC’s revenues up 6.1%, Paul Ryan slams IRS in re-election ad, video surfaces of Lois Lerner avoiding blogger’s interview, and more.