Content by Terri Eyden

on 10/11/13
By Ken Berry The IRS has been embroiled in plenty of turmoil lately, but presumably it has nothing to do with a witch's cauldron or a satanic spell. Nevertheless, an IRS official...
on 10/11/13
By Jason Bramwell The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) on October 10 approved two attestation standards and an auditing standard pertaining to audits of brokers and...
on 10/11/13
By Curtis C. Verschoor, CMA The Dodd-Frank Act expanded existing whistleblower programs, providing cash rewards for significant information given to the SEC. Despite these efforts to...
on 10/11/13
By Jason Bramwell The IRS on October 8 posted updated information for taxpayers on its website about what services the agency can and cannot provide while the federal government is shut...
on 10/10/13
By Ken Berry As if there wasn't enough controversy already swirling around the Affordable Care Act (ACA)  informally...
on 10/10/13
By Jason Bramwell San Francisco–based online accounting software provider Xero launched a free conversion platform on October 8 that will enable small businesses to migrate their...
on 10/10/13
By Jason Bramwell When professional accountancy organizations (PAOs) function properly, they hold the power to support the production of high-quality financial information, contributing...
on 10/10/13
By Teresa Ambord Would you vote for a rapper for president? How about Congress? Don't answer too quickly. Whatever your politics, as the government shutdown wanes on, the rapper who...
on 10/10/13
By Jason Bramwell The overwhelming majority of small business owners recently surveyed by the National Small Business Association (NSBA) are worried about the security of their IT and...
on 10/10/13
By Michael Alter Facebook and LinkedIn company pages are used to reinforce your brand and develop and build relationships with customers and prospects. In the first article of this...
on 10/09/13
By Teresa Ambord It must be a pain to be wealthy and famous. Most people who enter a state on business can slip in, do a deal, and go on home without drawing the unwanted attention of...
on 10/09/13
By Jason Bramwell Almost half (45 percent) of public company board members do not think the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board's (PCAOB) proposed changes to enhance the...
on 10/09/13
By Peter Brown, Senior Consultant, SageworksSome accounting industry watchers warn business owners against relying on their CPAs for business advice, but many owners are apparently ignoring...
on 10/09/13
By Jason Bramwell A recent survey of more than 2,100 CFOs across the United States by Robert Half Management Resources found that almost three-quarters (73 percent) of respondents...
on 10/09/13
By Jason Bramwell On October 8, one week after launching a new, updated website, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) said it will provide live video webcasting of its in-...
on 10/09/13
By Jason Bramwell The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) is expected to discuss adopting attestation standards for auditors of broker-dealers during an open meeting...
on 10/08/13
By Jason Bramwell Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) accounted for 102,000 of the 166,000 jobs created from August to September; however, jobs for financial activities declined...
on 10/08/13
By Jason Bramwell The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) filed a lawsuit against the IRS on October 3, claiming it has "irrefutable proof" the agency illegally released...
on 10/08/13
By Deanna C. White A survey by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) indicates that many American parents are still reluctant to engage their children in significant conversations...
on 10/07/13
By Jason Bramwell Due to the federal government shutdown that began last Tuesday, the US Tax Court in Washington, DC, canceled trial sessions scheduled to begin on October 7 and 8 in...

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