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3 Major Benefits of Updated Bookkeeping and Accounting Records
Every business big and small should have regularly updated bookkeeping and accounting records so business leaders can make the right decision with a foundation in the data.
Delegation 101: How Entrepreneurs Can Boost Employee Productivity
If you want to spend more time doing what you love, you have to get comfortable with delegating.
Keep Your Business Finances in Order With These 6 Tips
When you know exactly how your revenue and expenses are stacking up, you can begin to make more informed decisions.
5 Finance Tips All Business Owners Should Follow
Entrepreneurs may not like keeping their books, but it's a completely necessary part of running a company.
10 Best Accounting Websites for Startups
Entrepreneurs need to know at least enough accounting to understand what their accountant is telling them.
How Much Cash Do You Need for Your Business's Safety Net?
A healthy business has a healthy cash flow, but what do you do when you hit a dry spot?
Why You Can't Afford to Be Bad at Bookkeeping
It's not fancy, but bookkeeping is critical to your business success.
Last-Minute Bookkeeping Tips Before You See the Tax Man
The good news is that there's a way to properly prepare for this, er, taxing process to avoid all this agony next year.
What's the One Task Most Small-Business Owners Loathe?
The more time that owners spent running their businesses, the more they loathed this task.
5 Simple Steps to Prevent Expense Fraud
Whether intentional or not, a few misappropriated dollars here and there can easily add up and can be hard to detect.
10 Affordable Tools to Help Online Entrepreneurs Succeed
These applications help improve productivity and streamline certain aspects of business.
Passion Alone Is Not Enough to Open a Business
Before you start up, consider all the other functions of running a business, such as dealing with customers and keeping the books.
How to Be Current and Cognizant When Managing Cash Flow
Figure out your burn rate.
Make Financial Statements Useful With These 6 Tips
Without accurate and up-to-date numbers, your business can suffer. Here's how to upgrade your reporting.
Are You (Finally) Ready to Do Your Taxes Online?
GoDaddy reveals that half of small companies still do taxes by hand and offers advice on how to go digital.
Journal Of Accountancy News
Latest News from Journal Of Accountancy
2019 standard mileage rates announced
The IRS released guidance on the standard mileage rate for business, medical and certain moving expenses incurred in 2019.
Proposed regs. govern tax on base-erosion payments
The IRS issued proposed rules on the Sec.59A base-erosion anti-abuse tax (BEAT), one of a number of new international tax provisions added by the law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The 2018 accountants technology gift guide
What gadgets, gear and other tech goodies should CPAs be seeking as presents this holiday season?
How tax reform is changing clients’ financial plans
CPA financial planners named charitable giving, business structure and estate plans as the areas of clients’ financial plans they have had to adjust most frequently following the passage of the TCJA, according to a recent survey.
No delay in lease accounting standard effective date, Golden says
FASB will not delay the effective date of its new lease accounting standard, board Chairman Russell Golden said at the AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments.
How audit committees can address emerging technologies
A new Center for Audit Quality tool, Emerging Technologies, is designed to help audit committees perform oversight of financial reporting that is affected by emerging technologies.
PCAOB to consider rules on auditing estimates, use of specialists
The PCAOB will meet to consider adopting new rules for public company auditors on auditing accounting estimates, including fair value measurements, and on the use of specialists.
How to recognize ‘individually tailored’ disclosures
The new concept of “individually tailored” accounting disclosures has been a challenge for accountants and auditors.
IRS explains disallowance of qualified transportation fringe benefits for parking
The IRS issued guidance outlining how to determine the amount of parking expense that is nondeductible under Sec. 274(a)(4) when employers provide parking for their employees.
SEC urges consistency in non-GAAP reporting
Companies need to adhere to policies and controls that reinforce quality in non-GAAP reporting and KPIs, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton and Chief Accountant Wes Bricker said at the AICPA Conference on SEC and PCAOB Developments.
New standard proposed for forensic services engagements
A proposed standard by the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services Committee would classify forensic services engagements as being performed for the purpose of either “litigation” or “investigation.”
FASB tweaks leases standard with new update
An Accounting Standards Update affects accounting for sales and similar taxes, certain lessor costs and certain requirements related to variable payments in contracts.
What ‘dry runs’ reveal about critical audit matters
The new reporting model for public company audits requires practitioners to disclose “critical audit matters” that arise during their work. A new Center for Audit Quality report examines the results of “dry runs” that are designed to help firms develop methodologies for determining and reporting critical audit matters.
Initial guidance issued on Sec. 83(i) deferral election for private company equity grants
The IRS issued initial guidance on the application of Sec. 83(i), which allows certain employees to defer recognition of income attributable to the receipt or vesting of qualified stock.
What PCAOB inspectors will look for in 2019
Inspections of registered audit firms will focus on systems of quality control, independence issues, and recurring deficiencies.
Logo on invoice printing incorrectly but shows to be correct in program
Does anybody have a link to a pdf copy of the ifrs handbook?
Where's the time machine?
For those of you who use QBO, how much involvement do your clients have in managing the books, posting transactions, etc.? Are they actively working in QBO or more hands-off?
Monthly services paid in advance
Five ways that a bookkeeper can help your business
Payroll GL file import into QBO?
Recommendation for nonprofit tax preparation software (990)
CANADA: How to handle business-use-of-home expenses in the books.
Help with pricing?!
Financial Reporting System
What is the difference between Quickbooks 2018 & Quickbooks Online? I’m guessing 2018 is the desktop version and online is via the Internet. Is one sought after more than the other when applying for a bookkeeping position with a small/mid size firm?
Want to learn how to do payroll for small business
Bookkeeping Services Prices
Experienced bookkeepers, what area or aspect of your work carries the highest risk of liability exposure (e.g. client demanding compensation for damages?)
Canada - how to legally become a bookkeeper?
Proper Accounting for Grants -Nonprofit
Starting a business, need some assistance
How much of a headache are bookkeeping clients with a lot of inventory?
Mineraltree and Bill.com
when invoicing, should accounts receivable be debited without payment?
10 Christmas Gift Ideas for Accountants & Bookkeepers
General ledger transaction type: I or P
Please tell me this is wrong.
newbie question regarding buying assets from opening balance
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