Vol. 229 Nbr. 1, January 2020
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- Proceeding into retirement: Will you be ready to retire when the time comes? CPAs who have retired offer advice on how to lay the groundwork for a satisfying future.
- Navigating storms, and risk, with subcontractors.
- 2020 tax filing season preview: CPA tax practitioners build on their knowledge of the TCJA's changes.
- 4 ways CPAs can manage their stress: Accountants who invest in a sound mind and body can reap dividends at work.
- 2020s vision: Tech transformation on tap; Data analytics, blockchain, and AI will profoundly change the accounting profession over the next 10 years.
- How to guard client finances against dementia: CPAs' advice and diligence can help clients and their families avoid costly mistakes.
- 10 steps for getting practice growth right: CPAs offer insight into how they grew their smaller firms.
- Writing to win tax appeals: Here's how to draft an effective IRS protest.
- Practitioners need a written information security plan.
- 'Gifts' to clergy may be remuneration.
- No deduction for paying corporate parent's expense: A subsidiary fails to show that it received the primary benefit from its payment to an adviser incident to a merger.
- Estate is entitled to refund of Sec. 6651 late-filing penalty: The full tax liability had been paid by the extended due date.
- CFC downward attributions get safe harbors: Reporting of Subpart F and GILTI inclusions may rely on 'alternate information'.
- Sick of emailing it in? Check out Slack and Teams.
- 2 simple ways to visualize data.
- 5 tips for effective remote meetings.
- WHERE TO TURN.
- 'We all know what we're working toward....'
- Filing season quick guide: tax year 2019.