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11/15/2019

About one-third of Americans 40 or older plan to work during retirement, and many of them say they will hold a job even if they have enough money, according to a TD Ameritrade survey.

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11/15/2019

Speaking to the AICPA National Tax Conference in Washington, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Charles Rettig discussed possible IRS restructuring, more-targeted enforcement efforts and IRS use of data analytics.

11/15/2019

Here is a look at how Social Security will change in 2020. Among other things, the full retirement age will increase, and the monthly maximum payout will rise.

11/15/2019

A technology- and data-focused practice analysis will determine topics most relevant to newly licensed CPAs.

11/15/2019

Being an active participant in a performance review is crucial for your career. The process is an opportunity to share accomplishments and to address issues that might be of concern.

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Forbes
11/15/2019

Trust is a cornerstone of business relationships, but some leaders see the emergence of a widening trust gap.

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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11/14/2019

Challenging people fall into two categories: jerks who need to go and disrupters with legitimate criticism. Companies that learn to manage the well-meaning challengers can tap into their passion and dedication, entrepreneur Mary Juetten writes.

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Forbes
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.