Vol. 229 Nbr. 2, February 2020
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- A future-focused path for CPA licensure: A proposed new model would require strong core knowledge plus deeper competencies in one of three disciplines.
- Time management for CPAs.
- Managing risk related to consulting engagements.
- Depression and the CPA.
- Flexible work strategies for public accounting: Well-designed procedures can help CPA firms make effective use of remote work and employee-friendly scheduling.
- Housing costs and the talent crunch.
- Effective employee fraud hygiene.
- Finance priorities for post-merger integration.
- Boardroom advice for handling disruptive risk: When risks seem to be unmanageable, it may be time to move away from traditional models of risk management.
- Start or review an accountable plan: Employee reimbursements need careful compliance.
- Taxpayer-favorable changes in the bonus depreciation regs.
- IRS offers to settle microcaptive insurance cases.
- Sec. 280E is not an excessive fine under Eighth Amendment: The Tax Court denies a challenge by a California marijuana business.
- Tax Court lowers tax due after revaluing disguised gifts: A seemingly small difference in profit margin percentile results in a sizable dollar amount.
- Use of standard mileage rate, other rules updated for TCJA: Modifications address the period during which miscellaneous itemized deductions are suspended.
- What is artificial intelligence?
- 'NEW' PAYMENT APPS CPAs SHOULD KNOW.
- WHERE TO TURN.