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by Natasha Closs on Mar 12, 2015
Your clients already like your tax work—so use this as a springboard to launch new engagements.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 12, 2015
Despite concerns about a shrinking internal auditor talent pool, 29% of chief audit executives expect to increase staffing in 2015.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 12, 2015
The menu features specials on internal auditors face pressure over results, public’s input sought on tax reform, and more.
by Ken Berry on Mar 11, 2015
A billion dollars is owed to taxpayers from 2011 returns. They must claim the cash now—or lose it forever.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 11, 2015
The menu features specials on online sales tax bill returns, GOP looks to block tax credit for immigrants, and more.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 10, 2015
The menu features specials on IIA and Auditing Roundtable to merge, Rubio tax plan would spur economic growth, and more.
by Bryce Sanders on Mar 10, 2015
It's no joke: your Baby Boomer clients learn financial lessons from the show that are applicable a century later.
by Blake T. Smith on Mar 09, 2015
The ACA is a tax challenge—know the details and exemptions to smooth the way for your clients.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 09, 2015
The menu features specials on Intuit contacted by DOJ and FTC, recap of last week’s IRS technical guidance, and more.
by Veronica Wasek on Mar 09, 2015
Accountants often say they have a love-hate relationship with the popular program; here are tips for smoothing the way.
by John Stokdyk on Mar 06, 2015
To help you get through the rest of the season, we've compiled an interactive list. Cast your vote for the best!
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 06, 2015
The menu features specials on US losing tax money on foreign takeovers, ex-IRS chief running for president, and more.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 05, 2015
Certify and Concur earned “Leader” status based on a combination of user satisfaction scores and market presence data.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 05, 2015
The menu features specials on finance execs optimistic about growth, justices hear arguments in ACA case, and more.
by Ken Berry on Mar 05, 2015
The IRS doesn't just write to taxpayers—it writes to tax preparers. And you better pay attention.

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