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on 04/27/12
By AccountingWEB Staff The most common mistake management makes is easy to remedy: Don't keep employees in the dark. A recent survey developed by Accountemps, a specialized...
on 04/27/12
By Phyllis Weiss Haserot  Neuroscience, psychology, and technology often provide wonderful - excuse the pun - mind-boggling applications. A Herman Group Trend Alert reported that...
on 04/27/12
By Alexandra DeFelice Managing a small accounting practice – or any small business – has its ups and downs. Sure, you can select your colleagues, your clients...
on 04/26/12
By AccountingWEB Staff A new study ‒ "The Effect of Accounting Information on Taxpayers' Acceptance of Tax Reform" ‒ suggests that if taxpayers had a different understanding...
on 04/25/12
If the IRS is going to audit your client, it will most likely conduct a mail audit. In 2011, the IRS conducted 1.2 million mail audits, representing a 124 percent increase from ten years ago. In fact...
on 04/25/12
Stephen A. Favato, a resident of Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, and a former partner in BDO Seidman LLP's Woodbridge, New Jersey, office, was sentenced to eighteen months in prison for tax crimes...
on 04/25/12
Excel expert David Ringstrom is sharing his tips for optimizing the way you use Excel in our new Excel Tips series. By David Ringstrom, CPA From within...
on 04/25/12
Financial executives in the medical device manufacturing industry predict that a new excise tax and the burden of its related compliance costs will have a negative impact on their company bottom...
on 04/24/12
The odds are stacked against corporations whose disputes with the IRS go all the way to the Supreme Court, according to a new study by Joshua Blank, faculty director of the graduate tax program at...
on 04/24/12
By Ken Berry The filmmaker who produced and directed the documentary Smile 'Til It Hurts: The Up with People Story, has emerged from a protracted battle with the IRS with a...
on 04/24/12
By AccountingWEB Staff The American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS) has launched a program to help returning combat veterans (RCVs) with IRS problems. ASTPS members have...
on 04/24/12
 By AccountingWEB Staff By better ensuring that fraud indicators are recognized and properly investigated during field audits of individual tax returns, the IRS could increase...
on 04/24/12
By Nate Biddick, practice development director, 1st Global Tax season is once again behind us. In the months ahead, your calendar will continue to fill up with appointments that resulted...
on 04/24/12
By Tony Batman, chairman & CEO, 1st GlobalDALBAR released its Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior (QAIB) report last month and the results of the study are shocking but -...
on 04/24/12
Confidence in the global economy recovered substantially in early 2012, regaining some of the optimism lost over the last year, according to the Q1 2012 Association of Chartered Certified Accountants...
on 04/23/12
By AccountingWEB Staff A weak labor market has left half of college students (age twenty-five or younger) who graduated with a bachelor's degree either jobless or "underemployed....
on 04/23/12
By Curtis C. Verschoor, CMA Findings from a survey of ethics in the workplace may portend a future downward shift in business ethics. The percentage of companies with a weak ethical...
on 04/23/12
Troy A. Beam of Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, was sentenced April 10, 2012, to seventy-four months in prison by US District Judge Christopher C. Conner, the Justice Department, and the IRS. On May 4,...
on 04/22/12
HORNE LLP, an accounting and business advisory firm, announced that Joe D. Havens, CPA, will become the firm's next executive partner effective May 3. His transition...
on 04/20/12
On April 19, 2012, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against Sprint-Nextel Corporation for deliberately under-collecting and underpaying...

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