Vol. 225 Nbr. 3, March 2018
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- Think twice before suing for unpaid fees.
- Clients are living longer: How will your practice adapt? CPA financial planners need to know how to guide clients toward retirements that may last several decades.
- How organizations can streamline the month-end close: This process is a time of stress and long hours for employees, despite technological improvements.
- A more effective approach for internal audit: Fostering collaboration across 3 lines of defense can optimize resources and technology for risk management.
- Factoring in the time value of money with Excel: This Technology Workshop shows how to use a plethora of Excel functions to perform the calculations needed for this analysis.
- Donation-based crowdfunding and nontaxable gifts: This growing means of contributing to causes and hardship relief requires special attention from recipients and their tax advisers.
- The AICPA and the ongoing tax reform process: In this Q&A, AICPA policy experts discuss wide-ranging implementation challenges and members' role in advocating for guidance and technical corrections.
- 6 key areas of change for accountants and auditors: Professionals face challenges as they implement numerous new rules.
- Aiding employees after a disaster via Sec. 139.
- U.K. divorce decree payment was not alimony: Payment to the taxpayer's ex-wife was not alimony, as it would not have terminated upon her death under English law.
- A portion of a lump-sum Social Security disability payment ruled includible in gross income: The Tax Court holds that a Sec. 86 election was not made and would not have reduced the tax liability.
- Final rules govern election out of centralized partnership audits: Eligibility for, and the mechanics of, the election are among the areas covered.
- 9 PivotTable enhancements in Excel 2016.
- WHERE TO TURN.