Vol. 226 Nbr. 2, August 2018
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- Preventing elder fraud.
- Minding the expectation gap in a CAS engagement.
- How the evolution of language affects fraud risk: Changes in the words we use and the ways we communicate may make it even trickier to ferret out financial malfeasance.
- Building a state-of-the-art M&A target: A firm can enrich its value to prospective suitors by investing in a top-notch IT infrastructure and exhibiting a willingness to embrace new technologies.
- FIRE-d up for early retirement.
- Taking the risk out of risk assessment: Properly considering a client's risks is essential to a quality audit.
- Advising chronically or terminally ill clients: CPAs can help clients in frail health and their families with practical planning and sensitive understanding.
- Insights on key trends in an evolving profession: AICPA ENGAGE 2018 conference speakers share expertise on financial planning, recruiting, audit innovation, and automation.
- Client communications protected by Sec. 7525.
- SEPs: Simple but not always optimal.
- PEO is statutory employer: The Tax Court allows a refund of overpaid Social Security taxes to professional employer organization Paychex.
- Volunteer board member of not-for-profit may assert reasonable cause for unpaid payroll taxes: A district court holds that reasonable cause remains an issue.
- Equitable recoupment doctrine applies to employment tax deposit: The taxpayer exercised ordinary business care, but its payroll taxes were applied to the EIN of a predecessor entity.
- Having fun with thumb drives (and USB hubs).
- Impressive new car safety features.
- WHERE TO TURN.
- 'A leader has to understand the big picture'.