A significant number of people are chronic procrastinators, and the problem could get worse as the number of distractions increases. Here's a look at how to break the habit, including splitting overwhelming tasks into smaller chunks and rewarding yourself after completing a job.
The complex areas that auditors of brokers and dealers need to consider carefully as they plan their audit and attestation engagements include risk assessment procedures, auditor communication requirements and revenue recognition. A new audit risk alert issued Thursday by the Center for Audit Quality addresses these and other key topics in audit planning for auditors of brokers and dealers.
The Tax Court agreed with a taxpayer that he had not elected to group two activities together under the passive activity rules. As a result, the taxpayer, a surgeon who had invested in a surgical center he did not manage, was permitted to offset losses from that investment against other passive activities.
Every CPA candidate needs an exam strategy, and it should include studying with the CPA Exam Blueprints. There are plenty of reasons why the blueprints should be the go-to study guide for candidates. If you haven't checked them out yet, here are five reasons you should.
A "web tax" to be collected from multinational internet companies is being debated in Italy's parliament. The revenue from the tax would be earmarked for stimulating investment and economic growth in Italy.
Know a young CPA who demonstrates outstanding leadership? It might be you! Here’s an award to consider: The Outstanding AICPA Young CPA Award recognizes a standout CPA 40 or younger who exemplifies excellence. The deadline is May 31.
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