Monthly Archives: July 2019

Reading your way into the future

Long-term planning for your firm has to start with a look at what’s coming. Source: Payroll News

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Inside CAS: From past to future

The first half of a virtual roundtable on one of the fastest-growing services in accounting Source: Payroll News

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IRS provides guidance on bonus depreciation election

Taxpayers can make a late election, or revoke an earlier election, for the tax break for property they have acquired for a business. Source: Payroll News

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Resolving financial reporting issues with technology

Companies have potent tools to quickly improve their financial reporting and make it both faster and more accurate. Source: Payroll News

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FASB proposes standard for distinguishing liabilities from equity

The proposed update aims to improve the guidance for both convertible instruments and the derivatives scope exception for contracts in a company’s own equity. Source: Payroll News

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Bill.com snags former PayPal exec to lead partnerships

Financial process automation powerhouse Bill.com has snagged former PayPal executive Josh Goines, making him senior vice president of strategic partnerships. Source: Payroll News

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Four ways pre-IPO companies can get their financial house in order

Early planning for an IPO is essential for avoiding many unpleasant surprises, and helps establish best practices for future reporting and compliance. Source: Payroll News

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IESBA proposes changes to code of ethics for accountants

The International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants proposed some changes Wednesday to the International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants to improve the mindset expected of accountants. Source: Payroll News

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2020 Democrats split in debate on ‘Medicare for all’ tax increase

Democratic presidential contenders divided sharply on Tuesday over whether middle-class taxes would have to increase to pay for a government-run health care system known as “Medicare for All.” Source: Payroll News

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Private sector added 156,000 jobs in July, says ADP

Private sector employment rose by 156,000 jobs in July, according to payroll giant ADP, even as some small businesses lost jobs. Source: Payroll News

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