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QuickBooks For Accountants Launched By Intuit

IT Company Intuit has designed a new QuickBooks program specifically tailored for accountants.

Accountants’ Well Being To Be Studied by CABA

The Chartered Accountant Benevolent Association will start a research project this month on accountant well-being.

Actor and Accountant Frauds Conspire in Multi-Millions

The Federal court charged a California based actor and an accountant for performing a mortgage fraud amounting to $3.8 million.

Ponzi Scheme Made by a Miami Accountant

Over 7 years of imprisonment is what Juan Carlos Rodriguez now faces as he has been found guilty for swindling over $2 million from investors.

How to Know if Your Accountant Has Your Best Interest in Mind

Hiring an accountant to help you put your financials in order, be it a simple tax return or all of your investments, can be a daunting task. Not only do you have to scour the hundreds and hundreds of available firms and independent CPAs to find the best possible one, you have...

Accounting Show for the 27th Time

This year, the 27th Annual Accounting Show will be held at the Greater Fort Lauderdale at the Broward County Convention Center on September 19-21, 2012.

IRS Accused of Sending Erroneous Notices

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants sent a letter to Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman advising him about the bureau’s false notices to taxpayers who have and benefit from foreign trust.

Sage Launches New Partner Program

Sage One was first started in May and was known to be a cloud-based service, especially made for small enterprises.

Kaplan Financial trains many for 1,500 apprentices in 2015

Kaplan Financial, a training provider, aims to gain 1,500 apprentices over some time.

AICPA Asks Senate: Simplify Education Tax Incentives

The Senate Finance Committee received a letter from the AICPA requesting that they simplify education tax breaks on the Committee’s July 25 hearing.

AICPA Wants IRS To Standardize Cost Basis Matching Reporting

The Internal Revenue Service was asked to defer the implementation of the law requiring brokerage firms to report about the capital gains/losses taxes of taxpayers in their income tax return.

The 3 Best Schools for Accounting

Choosing a school for your intended program can be a real tough decision. While you may have your heart set on one school, if you really care about your career as an accountant, sometimes choosing the school that best suits your professional, rather than personal, goals is the...

An Accountant’s Guide For Enterpreneurship

Everybody dreams of owning a company, even accountants are not exempt from this. But owning and running a company are quite two different things, as those who attended the AICPA’s E.D.G.E Conference in Orlando, Florida found out.

85 Year Old Accuses Accountant of Larceny

Craig Podosek, a 60-year-old accountant, has been accused of scamming his 85-year-old client for about $294,000.

Accountant Fighting For Change In Tax Law Error

Gary Allerheiligen, an accountant from Wichita, Kansas, has been waging an information campaign against the massive tax cutting bill signed by Gov. Sam Brownback earlier this year.

Accountant Becomes Millionaire with Powerball

Luck has been on the side of accountants this August as lottery officials announce that one of the accountants from Durham won Powerball amounting to $1 million!

Samsung made $8 Billion Copying Apple’s Patents

Apple Inc. has called an expert witness, Terry Muskia, to testify that Samsung Corporation made $8 billion in income over some of the patents owned by Apple. Samsung made about $30.4 billion in sales of tablets and smart phones in the U.S. alone.

Rihanna’s Ex Accountant Kicking Back

Now, Berdon LLP is starting to speak up, saying Rihanna has agreed with the said commission rate and was proven in legal documents.

The Ancient History of Accounting

Accounting has a long and storied history, extending as far back as 7,000 years ago. For the ancient Mesopotamians, that is, those from Babylonia , Assyria, and Sumeria, accounting was used to keep track of herds and crops, using clay tokens as a primitive form of bookkeeping....

ACCA Exams Results Improve

The Association of Charted Certified Accountants has released the results of the June 2012 examination. The results of the exams were good on the average.

Tax Services for Online Business Owners

A national CPA firm named FrankGuttaCPA is now offering full accountant services. This service is specially made for business owners online who wants to talk with qualified accountants for their web based tax concerns.

Colin Timpson Shares His Opposite Story

When motivational speeches are up, they usually tell you a story about people turning from one thing to another. Often, these stories are called the “rags to riches” stories.

Joint Statement of the AAA and AICPA

Last July 31, 2012 both American Accounting Association and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants joined forces to announce the good news about the release of a report.

Accountants Explore Their Artsy Side

Director Warren Bates encouraged professionals to go beyond their expertise and explore the artistic side, playing roles in The Producer.

Accountants Volunteer In Olympics

Everyone in the U.K. is excited about the Olympics, this also includes the accountants! This once in a lifetime opportunity is a great way to make the world see how accommodating and wonderful United Kingdom is.

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