Content by Terri Eyden

on 10/07/13
By Alexandra DeFelice When it comes to recruiting the best and the brightest college students, firms are deploying a plethora of methods to reach America's future accountants. ...
on 10/07/13
By Jason Bramwell Many employers are pulling out all the stops to attract employees with in-demand skills, including offering better benefits, higher pay, and improved training and...
on 10/07/13
By Teresa Ambord A few days short of her three-month sentence for tax evasion, the prison doors opened for Lauryn Hill on Friday, October 4. Her confinement at the Federal Correction...
on 10/07/13
The Advisory Board has partnered with the Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM) to bring executive level marketing content to the Winning is Everything...
on 10/04/13
More than Fifty People Indicted in Massive Fraud Ring A massive case of organized tax and bank fraud culminated September 26 with the unsealing of four federal grand jury...
on 10/04/13
By Richard D. Alaniz Seasonal flu is not only unpleasant for employers and employees, it's expensive. Each flu season, nearly 111 million workdays are lost because of the flu, the...
on 10/03/13
A new report by the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada (CGA-Canada) reveals that the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) has had a...
on 10/03/13
By Jason Bramwell A recent survey of more than 100 senior-level executives from public and private companies by Chicago-based audit, tax, and advisory firm Grant Thornton LLP and the Financial...
on 10/03/13
By Brock Philp, President and CEO, Doc.It Workflow, a sequence of connected steps or tasks, impacts the efficiency of a firm. In this article we will explore workflow, the fourth and...
on 10/03/13
By Ken Berry  While ill will over the Tea Party scandal continues to fester, the IRS says it's improving its procedures for reviewing tax-exempt applications. On September 24,...
on 10/03/13
By Deanna C. White As a CPA, Susan Roher of Virginia Beach, Virginia, is used to watching over people, guarding and gently guiding them in the right direction on their...
on 10/03/13
By Jeff Davidson Virtually every accounting professional maintains some type of to-do list, whether it's as simple as a few notes on a page or a comprehensive electronic system. To-...
on 10/03/13
By Phyllis Weiss Haserot Since interest in social media as a key marketing strategy shows no signs of waning, I thought I'd share responses I prepared when I served as a panelist...
on 10/03/13
By Jason Bramwell The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) is developing a corporate pilot program that will help US public companies use SASB standards to disclose material...
on 10/03/13
By Jason Bramwell Because of the federal government shutdown, the IRS will be unable to issue tax refunds until the stalemate in Congress is over, but the agency reiterated that all...
on 10/02/13
By Jason Bramwell The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) launched an updated website on September 30 that features more user-friendly navigation and "plain English...
on 10/02/13
By Jason Bramwell The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) last month adopted rules establishing a permanent registration regime for municipal advisors as required by the Dodd-...
on 10/02/13
By Jason Bramwell The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) will host public roundtable meetings in December on its proposed accounting standards update Insurance Contracts (...
on 10/02/13
By Jason Bramwell Two alternatives within US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) – accounting for interest rate swaps and accounting for goodwill in a...
on 10/02/13
By Michael Alter Participating in social media is rapidly becoming a necessity for businesses. In 2013, we're seeing discussions among business owners shifting away from why to...

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