Vol. 228 Nbr. 4, October 2019
- 'Hosting Services' tips.
- What CPAs must do to capitalize on disruption: Accountants should be preparing now for advanced technologies and other factors that are poised to disrupt the profession.
- A different approach to applying blockchain: A Virginia-based CPA is rolling out a blockchain-based marketplace for transferring tax credits in all states that have legally transferable tax credits.
- A new path for private companies with VIEs: Preparers may elect not to consolidate in certain circumstances under FASB guidance issued in 2018.
- Uncovering bribes hidden in books and records: Studying areas flagged in SEC enforcement actions can help companies construct better fraud controls.
- Responding to the growing gig economy: CPAs explain how they and their firms help self-employed clients.
- #MeToo brings new expectations: Rising awareness of sexual harassment has led to increased focus on preventing malfeasance and investigating claims in a zero-tolerance environment.
- Great time for a GRAT: A grantor retained annuity trust can form the cornerstone of an estate plan.
- Tax law changes add complexity to year-end planning.
- Improving IRS practitioner services.
- Planning for data security.
- Taxpayer's IRA rollover was timely.
- Purported family loans were not bona fide, Tax Court holds.
- Relief for ESBT election failure saves S corporation's status: The lapse is ruled an inadvertent termination.
- How to access Excel's revived real-time stock prices.
- 30 new Windows features you can test right now.
- WEBSITE HELPS CPAs AND CLIENTS PLAN FOR LIFE AND BEYOND.
- WHERE TO TURN.