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11/14/2019

"We are often tagged with the 'police' euphemism because of how we report, not what we report," writes IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers. "Despite our best efforts, there are times when we will be seen as an enforcer. However, we should never be content to be seen as the organizational police."

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Richard Chambers
11/14/2019

Employee fraud can take several forms, including skimming and payroll fraud. This article explains the different types of fraud, as well as strategies for companies to prevent and respond to them.

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CFO
11/14/2019

Accounting will be simplified for the transition from interbank offered rates to other reference rates under a standard approved by the Financial Accounting Standards Board.

11/14/2019

Increases in outsourcing and cloud computing have led to clients' need for CPA assurance on systems and controls.

11/14/2019

Here are several tips for employees evaluating their options before open enrollment ends. Among other things, it's important to consider changes to your health plan and your family's future health care needs.

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CNBC
11/14/2019

Find out implications of the US Supreme Court's ruling in Kaestner and how they might affect issues in Paula Trust, a case working its way through California courts.

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The Tax Adviser
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11/14/2019

How can you make yourself more productive? Here's the secret: We often think we need more time to get things done, but what we really need is more energy. By following this four-step strategy, you can continuously restore your energy and unlock your efficiency potential.

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AICPA Insights
11/14/2019

Recognition and appreciation both have their place within an organization. Recognition is conditional and is based on performance, while appreciation acknowledges a person's inherent value.

11/14/2019

Faltering growth overseas and trade tensions have affected the US economy, but expansion is likely to continue and "monetary policy is in a good place," Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has told the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.

11/14/2019

The US Olympic and Paralympic Committee has submitted a complaint seeking to decertify USA Badminton as the national governing body for the sport, saying USA Badminton has not moved enough toward compliance with athlete-safety requirements. The committee's internal audit division had found risks including a lack of background checks and noncompliance with SafeSport training rules.