AccountingWEB Weekly Resource Guide - Issue 96
- Making Ethical Decisions - Part One
- PwC Report Shows XBRL Still The Wave of The Future
- Accounting Camps Teach Students Real-Life Skills
- Successful Financial Crime Prevention
- Military Families Targeted by Latest Tax Scams
- Senate Republicans Reach Agreement on Dividend Tax Controversy
- Americans Oppose Estate or "Death" Tax
- IRS Sets New Tax Filing Season Records
- Deloitte CEO Stresses Integrity, Ethics in Commencement Speech
- Computerized CPA Exam Tutorial Now Available
- Book Recommendation: Accounting Best Practices, by Steven M. Bragg
- Making The Most of Client Meetings
- Employees Feel They Are Stagnating - What Can You Do?
- The Significance of New Employee Orientation Programs
- Developing Your Company's Ethics Policy
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Ethical decision-making requires more than a belief in the
importance of ethics. It also requires ethical sensitivity to implications of choices, the ability to evaluate complex, ambiguous and incomplete facts, and the skill to implement ethical decisions effectively. Part one of five.
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XBRL is expected to continue its growing influence on business reporting, especially in the post-Sarbanes-Oxley era of enhanced transparency and accountability, reported Big Four accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
This summer young people from all over the United States will participate in a variety of programs to help prepare the next generation of accountants for success in the business world.
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While the ingenuity and complexity of today's huge corporate frauds make interesting reading, there are countless other varieties of financial wrongdoing plaguing companies that don't receive mass media attention.
11. Book Recommendation: Accounting Best Practices, by Steven M. Bragg
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