Vol. 227 Nbr. 1, January 2019
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- Break your digital addiction.
- Cyber liability: Managing evolving exposures.
- Tackling TCJA changes this tax season: Return preparers must be ready for how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has modified many common features of individual and business returns.
- 12 common technology mistakes you should avoid: How many of these 'dirty dozen' do you see in your organization?
- Smashing the barriers to employee engagement: Firms may boost productivity and satisfaction by taking actions on 3 fronts.
- Considering consulting? Ask these questions first: Don't leap into consulting without doing your homework.
- Challenges continue for African-American accountants: Survey shows mixed results despite a big effort to increase opportunities.
- Relief for small business tax accounting methods: An increase in the gross receipts ceiling is a welcome development for many enterprises.
- The IRS' private debt collection program.
- Statutory employees and the QBI deduction.
- Meals continue to be deductible under IRS guidance: Advance guidance clarifies that the TCJA's disallowance of deductions for entertainment, amusement, or recreation does not address business meals.
- Taxpayer's change to foreign tax deduction is ruled untimely: Extended limitation period of 10 years for refund claims applies only to foreign tax credit, Second Circuit affirms.
- Church members' donations to minister are denied gift treatment: Objective evidence indicates donors' intent was to provide compensation, the Tax Court holds.
- Trading many passwords for one.
- Improving voice-recognition accuracy.
- WHERE TO TURN.
- I ask students what they are passionate about....