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7/25/2017

This article reviews a panel discussion about integrated reporting, including examples from prominent companies such as General Electric.

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The CPA Journal
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GE
7/25/2017

The Internal Revenue Service Office of Appeals will offer taxpayers and their representatives a web-based virtual conference option for taxpayer conferences beginning Aug. 1. The IRS says this service will be especially useful for taxpayers who live far from an IRS appeals office.

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IRS
7/25/2017

Married couples have an array of claiming options for Social Security. Here is a look at the rules, including what it takes to qualify for spousal benefits and survivor benefits.

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Social Security
7/25/2017

Having something important to say -- and saying it skillfully during meetings -- can raise your profile in the workplace.

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The Edge
7/25/2017

Certain words and phrases can make a leader look weak or ineffectual. These include saying sorry excessively and using the phrase "I hope that's OK."

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CNBC
7/25/2017

Company leaders are increasingly mentioning artificial intelligence during earnings calls, possibly indicating AI technology will make waves across the services sector. Demand for AI is likely to increase as the US nears full employment.

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AI, artificial intelligence
7/25/2017

Davis was CFO at Darden Restaurants.

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CNBC
7/24/2017

The International Monetary Fund has downgraded 2017 economic forecasts for the US and the UK and has predicted growth will pick up in the eurozone, China and Japan. The IMF forecasts global growth of 3.5%, the same as its estimate in April.

7/24/2017

Departing foreign taxpayers are required to submit a sailing permit to prove they do not owe any US taxes when they leave the US. Here's what practitioners should know about who must obtain a sailing permit and the procedures for doing so.

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The Tax Adviser
7/24/2017

Besides lowering tax bills, a reduction in corporate tax rates could affect a company's deferred taxes. Here's a look at the scope of the issue and how to estimate the effect on your company.

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CFO
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corporate tax