Vol. 224 Nbr. 3, September 2017
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- Success with volunteers.
- The importance of audit planning.
- How accounting programs can help students pass the CPA exam: best practices include setting up on-campus study rooms for off-campus students and creating academic champion programs.
- Inspiring the next generation: how CPAs can contribute on campus; by volunteering or working at a college or university, you can help steer students to rewarding careers in accounting.
- One way CPAs give back: the career fair skills workshop at North Carolina A&T; CPAs help students build the skills they need to land their first accounting jobs.
- Retiring? Stay involved with the profession as an executive-in-residence: seasoned executive experts can give back to the profession by serving as a resource for students and faculty on college campuses.
- What's your fraud IQ? This month: investigation basics.
- A new discipline for tax: the emerging area of tax information and operations management helps CPAs add strategic value to their organizations.
- Employee discount plans.
- CPEOs provide peace of mind around payroll services.
- Tax planning for millennials.
- Federal court strikes down PTIN fees, upholds PTINs: the numbers confer no special benefit to preparers, a district court holds as it orders refunds.
- IRS reissues centralized partnership audit rules; CPAs urge postponement: a presidential regulatory freeze had delayed the proposed regulations' publication from early in 2017.
- Filing of incorrect form is considered a valid informal refund claim: the Ninth Circuit reverses the Tax Court and finds that the IRS was sufficiently apprised of an innocent spouse claim.
- Expanding your app-titude: a monthly look at apps and websites that can make the CPA's job and life better.