Vol. 217 Nbr. 2, February - February 2014
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- Failure to detect theft and fraud: it's not just an audit issue.
- Tackling tariffs.
- Smart ways to tap accountants' business process acumen.
- Implementing the new tangible property regulations: the revised "repair regs." require thorough assessment.
- Cutting the clutter: see the benefits one company found in moving the most important financial information to the first few pages of monthly operations reports.
- What gets monitored gets detected: continuous monitoring ideas for small and medium entities.
- The identification and development of young talent is essential.
- Revised AICPA code of ethics ... what's the fuss? A guide to viewing the updated format.
- Lessons learned: practical tips to help avoid common EBP audit and reporting errors.
- Claiming the small employer health insurance tax credit: make this complex but potentially beneficial calculation.
- Trader or investor?
- Regs. permit midyear cuts in employer contributions to 401(k) plans.
- Work product protection and attorney-client privilege in an IRS audit.
- IRA-owned LLC's payment to owner results in retroactive tax and penalties.
- Settlement of workers' comp claim partially excludable.
- Penalty calculation properly based on erroneous credits, Tax Court holds.
- Final regs. issued on sec. 382 ownership changes.
- Where to turn.
- The last word.