Will the Fiscal Cliff Lead to Fiscal Theft?

Will the Fiscal Cliff Lead to Fiscal Theft?
This could result in making tax return identity theft an epidemic problem. Accounting Today has covered tax return identity theft extensively, and this practitioner has, as recently as Wednesday morning, been on television advising viewers that the …
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Two of the Most Powerful Women in Accounting Help SMBs Spin their Webs with
Dawn Brolin, CPA and Stacy Kildal, two of CPA Practice Advisor's “2012 Most Powerful Women in Accounting,” are hosting their first Small Biz VCon on January 23 -24, 2013. 1. Related Content. Stories. RadioFreeQB.com Interviews Intuit CEO Brad Smith …
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Returned letters spur Mass. welfare accounting questions
(NECN: Alison King, Boston) – There are growing questions at the Massachusetts State House about the state's welfare system. Some Republicans want answers about a new report raising the possibility of a serious accounting problem. About 478,000 voter …
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Drilling Down on the Dental Niche

Drilling Down on the Dental Niche
Naden/Lean LLC has the dental market covered. The Hunt Valley, Maryland, firm has been paving the niche since 1956. With more than 96,000 dentists in the United States and Canada, there are about seventy accounting firms that are dental specialists, …
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Accounting errors affect several years of Stein Mart results
The other issue is accounting for leasehold improvement costs, which caused earnings to be overstated in the first six months of the current fiscal year but understated from 2009 through 2011. Stein Mart said management has been assessing its internal …
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FASB Expected to Participate in New IASB Accounting Standards Group
The U.S. Financial Accounting Standards Board is expected to be one of the standard-setters participating in a multilateral group that will be advising the International Accounting Standards Board, but it will be among at least a dozen standard-setters …
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