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11/21/2017

Good colleagues are integral to a worthwhile work experience, and this is a good time to thank them for their contributions. Here are three ways to express your gratitude.

11/21/2017

The end of the year presents an opportunity to assess your financial situation and to take steps to improve it. This article offers three steps to get on sound financial footing for 2018.

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CNBC
11/21/2017

US persons holding 10% or more of the combined voting power of all classes of voting stock of a controlled foreign corporation might have a deemed income inclusion under Section 956.

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The Tax Adviser
11/21/2017

How can you know whether an employer will be good to work for? Watch for these red flags during the interview process.

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CPA Insider
11/21/2017

Leadership isn't just about the job title you have; it's about the qualities you possess. Here are five tips for building your confidence while showing everyone your leadership potential.

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AICPA Insights
11/21/2017

AutoRecover needs to be enabled to help you save valuable work. You might also consider making a settings change so work is saved more frequently.

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Microsoft Word
11/21/2017

Morris serves as executive vice president, chief administrative officer, general counsel and corporate secretary.

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David Morris, interim CFO
11/21/2017

The Federal Reserve has outlined its expectations for an effective board of directors under five categories, including the independence of the internal audit and risk-management functions. The Fed is inviting comment on its proposed guidance, which is intended to supplant the supervision letters the Fed has been using with regard to large financial institutions.

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Federal Reserve, risk management
11/21/2017

Coronation Merchant Bank CEO Abubakar Jimoh quoted The IIA at an event in Nigeria while exploring the role of financial institutions' internal auditors. Internal auditors must be professionally objective to the greatest extent possible in collecting, assessing and communicating information and must make balanced assessments free of undue influence by others, he said.

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The Punch (Nigeria)
11/21/2017

Banks will have to make significant changes to comply with the Financial Accounting Standards Board's new standard for credit-loss accounting, which will apply to fiscal years starting after mid-December 2020. The standard, for which many banks are unprepared, could lead to more conservative lending, said James Gellert of RapidRatings, which is assisting banks in complying with the standard.

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