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Accounting & Auditing

  • Building an Effective Audit Committee

    The work of the audit committee is shifting from operational overseer to strategic partner, so audit committee chairs and members must reevaluate the best practices for committee structure and function.
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  • Zero or 24? Understanding the New A&A CPE Requirements

    The PICPA has received inquiries from several firms regarding the interpretation of Pennsylvania’s new CPE requirements, which were effective Jan. 1, 2018. Specifically, firms are asking for clarification on who exactly is required to obtain 24 CPE hours of accounting and auditing.
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  • Pennsylvania’s Response to Wayfair: SUT Bulletin 2019-01

    In June 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision on the South Dakota v. Wayfair sales and use tax case. The court overturned the previous physical presence requirement for state tax nexus. The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue issued SUT Bulletin 2019-01 on Jan. 8, 2019, to establish its economic nexus threshold for taxable sales into Pennsylvania.
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  • 2018 Federal Income Taxes: Did Tax Reform Provide a Simpler, Shorter Form?

    One of the most highly publicized features of tax reform was its “simplifications.” The 2018 Form 1040 is half the size of previous iterations of the form. However, that giant streamlining may be a bit misleading. Learn more about the new 1040 before you file.
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