Economic growth

A&A

Global Trade Drying Up, Says Economic Survey of Finance Professionals

Finance professionals believe there will be a renewed global economic downturn in 2012, as the largest-ever quarterly survey of professional accountants shows that international trade continued to dry up at the end of last year.
Practice

Intuit Small Business Employment Index Results

Small businesses created 50,000 new jobs in January but paid employees less and gave them fewer hours. The East Coast, especially New York, showed more weakness in employment than in other parts of the country. These are some of the results of Intuit's latest Small Business Employment Index.
A&A

The Economy – Americans Feeling Better, CEOs Feeling Gloomy

Is the economy getting better or worse? It depends on who you ask. Two recent polls show that Americans are beginning to feel a bit better about the economy, but CEOs are feeling gloomy. For the first time in almost a year, more Americans say the economy is getting better than those who say it’s getting worse.
A&A

Talk of Taxes and Economic Growth Rose above Fray at Florida Debate

On January 23, the remaining contenders for the GOP presidential nomination hit the ground running in Tampa. Romney and Gingrich dominated the debate and traded barbs over character and electability. But, despite the fireworks, core issues – tax reform, deregulation, and economic growth – were discussed.
Election 2012

Some CPA Analysts Question if Romney's Tax Reform Approach Will Fly

Some Republican candidates' tax reform platforms have spurred discussion and controversy, but Mitt Romney's "Believe in America" plan for jobs and economic growth has drawn relatively little discussion. One CPA analyst argues that Romney is "staying status quo on the personal side of the tax equation."
Practice

AICPA Panelists Examine Economic Outlook Survey Findings

AICPA Business and Industry Economic Outlook Survey measured nine components All nine components showed modest improvement in the fourth quarter Survey revealed increased optimism that the US economy will improve in 2012 AICPA Webcast, "Looking Ahead to 2012: Progress of Paralysis?" covering the survey to be made available

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