Vol. 225 Nbr. 5, June 2018
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- 'Address' the risk of being your client's mailbox.
- Paving the way to a new digital world: With new technological building blocks becoming available, the JofA's annual technology roundtable foresees a forward-looking future for CPAs that may be coming faster than you'd expect.
- Accounting firms: The next generation; Command of data will take precedence as advanced technologies push CPAs to seek new skills, explore different services, and enter into new practice structures.
- Keeping covenants: Getting debt ratios right; A 2015 FASB standard may move companies out of compliance with indebtedness thresholds.
- How formal ERM implementation can help federal agencies: Risk management practices can lead to more transparency and better decision-making.
- Captive insurance: Avoiding the risks; The hazards are real, but so are the rewards.
- Retaining stellar tax professionals.
- Child tax credit now higher, more widely available.
- Short sale is considered one transaction.
- Gravel mining income not exempt under Native American treaties: The Tax Court holds that the treaty provisions apply to tribes, not individuals.
- Tax overhaul may fuel life settlement industry.
- IRA distribution to pay spousal support is taxable.
- Taking stock of artificial intelligence.
- Smart speakers raise privacy and security concerns.
- Protect your online privacy with a VPN.
- Steps for improving your writing skills.
- Why cybercriminals are targeting CPAs.
- 'It's all about relationships....'