By Edward A. Kollar, CPA, EA, CSEP
Examines the positive changes federal tax reform has brought for individuals and firms involved in the Pennsylvania natural resources industry.
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By James P. Swanick, CPA, and Michael J. Tighe, CPA
Discusses the importance of businesses getting up to speed on all the changes brought about by tax reform to not be left behind in a reshaped marketplace.
Revenue-Related Disclosures for Contractors
By Robert E. Williams, CPA,
Details the challenges construction companies will face as they seek to comply with Accounting Standards Codification 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.
Turn to Statistics to Unveil Value
By Bruce S. Weitzman, CPA, and Leslie Marlo, FCAS, MAAA
Offers a practical example of how CPAs can help add value to organizations through the understanding and application of probability and statistics.
Pros and Cons of Selling a Business to a Key Employee
By John S. Stoner, CPA, CVA
Gives insight to exit-minded business owners on one of the options on their table: selling to an employee already within their business.
When a Nonaudit Client Calls for an EBP Audit
By Alan D. Ross, CPA
Explores the decision a firm needs to make when a client asks them to perform an employee benefit plans audit when the firm is not experienced in such work.
IRS Modifies Guidance for Terminated S Corps Changing from Cash to Accrual Accounting
By Brendan P. Cox, CPA
Reviews recent guidance released by the IRS to address corporations changing from a cash to accrual method of accounting in connection to revoking S corporation status.
Keep an Eye Open for Fraud after Disaster
By James A. Stavros, CPA, CFF
Underlines the importance of preventing fraud, especially the type perpetrated against victims in the wake of natural disasters.
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PICPA Wraps Up Successful 2017-2018 Legislative Session
By Peter N. Calcara and Alexandra C. Fabian
Reviews the legislative achievements brought about by PICPA advocacy during the 2017-2018 session.
Determining the Right Policy Limit for Your Firm
By Ric Rosario, CPA, CGMA
Offers a guide to firms wondering what their policy limit should be when looking into insurance and risk management.
Overlooked Ways to Find Clients Money
By Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP
Examines the role of financial planners in helping their clients find money in areas they quite often forget.
You Can’t Hit the Client Bull’s-Eye Without Seeing the Target
By Dorothy Potash
Runs through a series of steps to lead CPA practitioners not only to clients, but the right type of clients for their firms.
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By Vito A. Cosmo Jr., CPA, CGMA, Matthew Cable, CPA, and Matthew D. Melinson, CPA
Addresses Pennsylvania sales factor complications, exploring current law and possible remedies.
Automate and Reclaim Valuable Tax Department Time
By Ryan Lynch
Reviews technologies that can be utilized to help free up time for heavily leveraged tax departments.