Red-handed; marina fees and airline tickets; similar patterns; and other highlights of recent tax cases.
The CPA Exam testing administrator, joined by NASBA, confirmed the move that will re-open exam testing centers, based on local safety guidelines, on a rolling basis.
The auditing profession is responding to the novel coronavirus pandemic by adjusting how it conducts audits, and that’s evident in the Center for Audit Quality, whose CEO, Julie Bell Lindsay, took over the leadership job when the priorities for the profession and the CAQ looked far different.
An independent audit into Wirecard AG concluded that it was unable to obtain the data needed to confirm past revenues, and criticized the payment processor for internal “shortcomings” and unwillingness by its third-party partners to contribute to the report.
Just before the coronavirus roiled the economy, wealthy investors piled into funds that take advantage of a popular, two-year-old tax break meant to help poor communities.
Accountants share unique problems faced by four different industries.
Make note of what your firm is doing right – and wrong – through this crisis.
Difficult times hold up a mirror to your practice. What will you see?
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What you’re charging clients is a delicate subject even in the best of times, and the current crisis makes it even more uncomfortable. Sarah Dobek of Inovautus Consulting offers advice on how to handle this complicated topic.