Welcome to Accountant.org! Log in or Join the community.

Latest News

Accountants Review the Impacts of Insurance to Companies

The priority of people that comes on top would probably be about health.

AICPA Conference Last December 3, 2012

Last December 3, 2012, accountants discussed the PCAOB or also known as the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Developments and the Current SEC.

Review Standards Cleared by AICPA

The standards are set for the AICPA and they want comments on their draft project.

Christmas Disrupts Services during the Holidays

Admittedly, the Internal Revenue Services is not made of steel nor do they have super powers to do so much in so little time – especially because their Central Authorization File System was unavailable last December 26 to January 2.

One Big Tax Cut Suggestion by Accountants

In the year 2013, taxes are bigger and surviving business is tougher than anyone would think.

Meet with your Accountants, Accelerate Income!

Planning is very essential to companies, especially when it comes to the ability of it financially. A yearly plan is recommended by accountants.

Why You Accountants Suggest Business Owners to Shop within 2012 Year

Although the president had great intentions for business owners and individuals, by having an automatic budget cuts and removing Bush-era tax increases, accountants can’t help but to comment on that plan.

Accountant Headaches in ObamaCare

There are only two changes in the tax laws that have affected many accountants this year and it has gravely made each one of them concerned – Obamacare and Bush-era tax cuts.

Top 3 Accounting Scandals of the Past 10 Years

Okay, technically it falls one year outside of the past decade, but the Enron scandal was an incredibly profile accounting scandal that resulted in the filing of bankruptcy by the energy company in December of 2001. The scandal was started upon the hiring of Jeffrey Skilling...

Accountants Worry About AMT

The talk about the “fiscal cliff” has left some of the more important matters that affect Americans out of the table. One such important matter is the alternative minimum tax or AMT.

CPAs Uncertain About The Future, Fiscal Cliff

Certified public accountants and other finance professionals have a bleak outlook of 2013 and the financial cliff the U.S. is facing.

2013 Proves Uncertain For Financial Industry

The job market in Ukraine is quite stagnant this year and would likely continue well into 2013, experts say.

Hugh Jackman Awed by Oscar Accountants

Hugh Jackman, famous for playing Wolverine in the X-Men series, said that he always thought about the Academy’s accountants. These are composed of executives from PricewaterhouseCoopers who count the ballots and only reveal them during the awarding ceremonies.

Accountants’ 30th Year Celebrated

The Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores honored two members who celebrated their 30th year as accountants – Karen and Mark Meyerowitz.

Former Accountant To Spend Time In Jail For Fraud and Lying To The IRS

A 61-year-old former Mandeville accountant has been convicted of not paying federal taxes, lying to the IRS and orchestrating a scheme to steal more than $170,000 from a north shore business. Anthony Tulli was sentenced last Wednesday and will spend three years and five months...

Accounting Firms and CFOs Finding Ways To Use QR Codes and Videos

Business-owners would do well to get Quick Response (QR) codes for their businesses. This little square with lots of tiny black boxes can help any business-owner make decisions easier, speed up transactions and help attract more business… so why can’t accounting firms use the...

New Auditing Standards Proposed By the IAASB

Auditors will soon follow a new reporting standard once the proposal of the International Auditing Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) gets passed.

IFAC Has A New Deputy President

The International Federation of Accountants has a new deputy president. Olivia Kirtley, CPA, CGMA and a member of the AICPA’s governing council, was named as the deputy president of IFAC replacing Warren Allen; who was appointed IFAC president.

Stanford Accountants Joins R. Allen Stanford in Prison

It looks like that the officers and executive of Stanford Financial will be joining each other again – this time in jail, after the last two executives have been found guilty of helping R. Allen Stanford hide more than $7 billion in a Ponzi scheme.

Why Are There No Accountant Politicians

Politicians cannot become accountants.

IMA and Wiley Launch Software To Help Accounting and Finance Professionals

Accounting and finance professionals preparing for the CMA (Certified Management Accountant) exam will now be able to get some help from the 2013 Wiley CMA Learning System (CMA LS) and Online Intensive Review product suite.

How to Prevent an Audit

All the forms have been filled out, the receipts have been filed, and you’ve forgotten all about the fact that, no matter how perfect your math is or how honest you were, there is always a chance that you’ll be audited by the IRS. When the IRS audits you, all it really means...

ICAN Members Should Lean The IFRS

The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Mr. Adedoyin Owolabi wants the members of the organization to remain relevant by training on the new standards of the International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS).

AICPA Board Help Organizations

The AICPA board of directors recently decided to support two organizations that aim to fight U.S. federal debt.

When Do You Need A CPA?

There are questions whether you need to a Certified Public Accountant or just a bookkeeper will suffice considering that a CPA’s compensation is larger.

Error An error has occurred.
Error: DBQ CityListMap is currently unavailable.