Charging and Sentencing Trends for Criminal Tax Cases
By Jed M. Silversmith, JD, and Miranda A. Galvin, PhD
Examines trends related to sentencing in federal criminal tax cases.
For Nonprofits, State and Local Tax Exemption May Soon Be a Tough Entry
By Michael Beck, JD, and Alycia Solecki, EA
Reviews state and local tax considerations for nonprofit organizations, focusing on Pennsylvania’s purely public charity standard
Text Analytics and the Accounting Profession
By J. L. “John” Alarcon, CPA, CGMA, CITP, Yue Liu, PhD, Kevin C. Moffitt, PhD, and Sheneya Wilson, CPA
Discusses the latest trends in text analytics applications in the accounting world.
Managing a Whistleblower Investigation
By Steven G. Blum, CPA, CFE
Explores the intricacies of the whistleblower investigation process, including best practices for guiding the company response and conducting remediation based on findings.
Where Are We with Client Noncompliance Issues?
By James J. Newhard, CPA
Catches us up with the status of how CPAs should respond to a client's noncompliance with laws and regulations.
Sustainability Reporting Gaining Traction
By Robert Bloom, PhD, and Mark J. Myring, PhD
Addresses the increasing importance of social responsibility in the minds of corporate leaders.
Managing the Risks of Remote Accounting Work
By Irene M. Walton
Explores the top operational concerns for CPA firms as it pertains to performing work in a remote environment.
Ensuring Equal Entrance into the CPA Profession
By Elisabeth Felton, CPA
Takes a look at the testing accommodations available to candidates who must manage their disabilities while they venture to complete the CPA Exam.
CPAs and Automation in SOC 2 and IT Audits
By Jeff Cook, CPA, CITP, CISA
Addresses the increasing utilization of automation to make the execution of SOC 2 audits cheaper and more efficient.
SSAE 19 Offers Agreed-Upon Procedures Efficiencies for Governments
By Khaled Abdel Ghany, CPA, PhD
Discusses the new SSAE 19 requirements and how the changes could benefit state and local governments.
By Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP, AEP
Details the travails of personal financial planning for clients in a time of continuing legislative change due to coronavirus.
The Geometry of Fraud and Improving Risk Management
By James W. Sunday, CMA
Discusses the evolution of fraud models that are designed to help CPAs understand the occurrence of fraud.
Independence Considerations and COVID-19
By Heather M. Demshock, CPA
Details the many different service opportunities that have opened up for CPA firms as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and what that means for CPA ethics.
Tax Uncertainty Causing M&A Disruption
By James P. Swanick, CPA, and Michael J. Tighe, CPA
Takes a look at how tax changes driven by the Biden administration could affect both investors and businesses involved in merger and acquisition discussions.
Five Valuation Questions When Planning Your Succession
By John S. Stoner, CPA, CVA
Reviews the most pressing questions owners of a business should ask when they set out on a valuation for possible succession.
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