Vol. 225 Nbr. 1, January 2018
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- No 'I' in team.
- Leading the way to success: Here is how colleges, universities, and practitioners can help students meet the increasing challenges of the public accounting profession and become leaders.
- Lease accounting laggards face serious risks: Organizations need to consider several factors as they implement new FASB rules - and it's smart to start that work promptly.
- Journal of Accountancy: Filing season quick guide - tax year 2017.
- Charting a new tax season: Mark out a clear route.
- The risks, and potential rewards, of rotating chief audit executives.
- Getting ready for the EU's stringent data privacy rule.
- How data-hosting services affect independence: Hosting an attest client's data or records leads to impairment under a new interpretation.
- Promoting neurodiversity: A pilot program at EY recruits workers with autism.
- What to do with math error notice letters from the IRS: The best advice if you or a client receives one is not to ignore it.
- Mortgage broker is not a real estate professional.
- Documenting virtual currency transactions.
- Canadian's Ohio unemployment compensation is taxable: Unemployment compensation received by a Canadian citizen from Ohio is subject to U.S. tax under treaty.
- Erroneously claimed single status does not foreclose switching to a joint return: The definition of a 'separate return' subject to a Sec. 6013(b) election and its limitations extends only to married-filing-separately status, the Tax Court holds.
- Qualified small employer HRAs get guidance: The IRS answers questions on health reimbursement arrangements, which were reinstated for small employers after PPACA market reform rules generally penalized the popular coverage option.
- What should organizations move to the cloud?
- WHERE TO TURN.