Vol. 227 Nbr. 5, June 2019
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- Controllers' updated roles: Controllers need to focus on these duties to make sure they keep pace with their changing roles and support CFOs, according to Glen Parrillo, CPA, the controller at Accu-Weather in State College, Pa.
- Effective communication to help avoid litigation.
- What's 'critical' for CPAs to learn in an AI-powered world.
- How we successfully implemented AI in audit: A partner at Garbelman Winslow CPAs describes the small Maryland firm's experience using machine learning to improve its audit process.
- Data and the deep blue sea: Georgia Aquarium uses AI and predictive analytics to improve the guest experience.
- Fighting fraud in small businesses.
- Accounting firm data breaches: One state's records; Find out the most common types of breaches and how to guard against them all.
- Income recognition changes for accrual-method taxpayers.
- The at-risk rules for partnerships.
- Casualty loss deduction from drug-induced gambling is disallowed: The Tax Court declines to expand 'other casualty' beyond one sustained with respect to tangible property.
- Taxpayers did not properly notify IRS of address change, the Tax Court holds: Despite the taxpayers' use of their new address on a power-of-attorney form and extension request, the IRS properly sent deficiency notices to their old address, and the taxpayers' petition to the Tax Court was ruled untimely.
- 'Parsonage' exclusion ruled constitutional: Reversing a district court, the Seventh Circuit upholds the Sec. 107 housing exclusion for 'ministers of the gospel'.
- The technology assessment engagement.
- A dynamic new way to SORT data arrays.
- Is Intel's Core i9 chip worth the price?
- WHERE TO TURN.