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Close-up on Professional Standards for CPAs

Close-up on Professional Standards for CPAs

Posted by John Schiavone on June 17, 2019

CPAs rank among the most trusted professionals. And that trust is well warranted because of the extensive guidance that accountants and auditors must follow.

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Should Employers Allow Emotional Support Animals in the Workplace?

Should Employers Allow Emotional Support Animals in the Workplace?

Posted by Stephanie Wilkinson on June 14, 2019

Many people have long recognized and cherished the emotional support available from their pets. An emerging category of service animal is a psychiatric service dog.

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Close-Up On Financial Statements

Close-Up On Financial Statements

Posted by Douglas Muth on June 12, 2019

There are three types of financial statements. One is the income statement. Can you name the other two?

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EEOC Spotlights Disability Discrimination Claims

EEOC Spotlights Disability Discrimination Claims

Posted by Stephanie Wilkinson on June 12, 2019

Federal and state laws have been designed to protect disabled individuals from discrimination.

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Comparing Internal and External Audits

Comparing Internal and External Audits

Posted by Sara Dayton on June 03, 2019

Internal and external auditors provide complementary coverage of financial matters that can help you make informed business decisions. What’s the difference between them?

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4 Ways to Encourage Innovation in Customer Service

4 Ways to Encourage Innovation in Customer Service

Posted by Maria Gambacorta on June 13, 2018

Revising your approach to customer service may seem like reinventing the wheel, but as buying trends, technology, and culture change, so must your methods of interacting with customers.

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Public vs. Private Companies: When Should Different Accounting Rules Apply?

Public vs. Private Companies: When Should Different Accounting Rules Apply?

Posted by on May 11, 2018

From Main Street to Wall Street, businesses come in various sizes. One set of accounting rules can’t fit everyone, so the FASB has been tailoring some standards for private companies.

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Unlock Hidden Cash From Your Balance Sheet

Unlock Hidden Cash From Your Balance Sheet

Posted by Timothy Bubar on February 21, 2018

Business owners tend to focus on profits. But when you need to unlock money to invest in fixed assets or pay the rent, the balance sheet might have easy answers.

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Big Accounting Rule Changes Coming Soon

Big Accounting Rule Changes Coming Soon

Posted by Douglas Muth on January 30, 2018

As you scramble to get up-to-date on changes to the federal tax rules under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, there also will be major changes to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). 

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Casualty and Theft Losses: Find the Silver Lining in Dark Clouds

Casualty and Theft Losses: Find the Silver Lining in Dark Clouds

Posted by Kevin Smeader on October 26, 2017

We are in the midst of hurricane season now, but the eastern and southern shores aren't the only parts of the country at risk for catastrophic events.

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