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Should your clients reconsider filing Form 3115?

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

In the rush of meeting filing season deadlines, many people were relieved when the IRS permitted small-business taxpayers to avoid filing Form 3115, Application for Change in Accounting Method, to comply with the new tangible property rules. But, as Cari Weston, CPA, CGMA, explains, using this method may not be right for all taxpayers, and there is a short time left to make a change. Corporate Taxation Insider (06/25)


Learn from great leaders to become a better thinker

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

Narrow amendments to pension accounting rules proposed by IASB

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

How artificial intelligence can enhance the audit process

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

It's time for CEOs to get serious about forecasting

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

Benefits and perks replace raises at some workplaces

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

Why nonqualified deferred comp is a good retirement vehicle

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

Expanded overtime rules could have limited impact

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

What should audit committee disclosures include?

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015

Survey: Many employers upbeat about ACA ruling

BusIndNews | Jul 15, 2015


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