Government gridlock, partisan politics, and no good choices.
POLITICS & GOVERNMENT
Nation’s largest corporations benefit from Congressional budget cuts.
By CPA Trendlines
The folks at MBA Central have scoured the candidates’ position statements and media reports to compile this awesome infographic on their tax plans.
But look fast. The plans could change at any time.
Call it what it is, ‘market interest,’ author argues. By CPA Trendlines The accounting profession’s governing establishment is actually a cabal of industry and government designed to thwart – instead of protect – the public interest, a new study asserts. … Continued
Write your Congressman! By Ed Mendlowitz The CPA Trendlines Practice Doctor IRS regulations are requiring every business with materials, supplies, equipment and real estate to change their accounting method and file an eight-page Form 3115 with their tax return and … Continued
What the election means for busy season: Join the survey, get the answers. by Rick Telberg The re-election of President Obama may sweep away a few uncertainties in tax and economic policies that have been stymieing business decision-making. But it … Continued
Should the world worry about mixing audit and consulting? Amid concerns among lawmakers worldwide that the audit function was being diluted by consulting, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is reporting $31.3 billion in worldwide revenue for the year ended in May, an … Continued
We’re accountants, not fortune-tellers…
Hawaii last holdout in battle dating to the last century…
[CLICK TO PLAY] Are we one misstep away from extinction?
State boards should add a new tenet to ethics and licensing rules.