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New Pass-Through Entity Rules

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New Pass-Through Entity Rules One of the most important – and complicated – changes in the new tax reform act is to tax rules affecting small businesses that are treated as “pass-through entities.” The good news is that if you own one of these businesses you may get as much as a 20 percent reduction… continue reading »

Do you need a certified public accountant?

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Do you need a certified public accountant? Having a good big organization is the dream for all but still there are various different aspects which matter a lot and it is just they that can actually help you increase all the sales and ultimately get you best profits. From amongst all the different activities one… continue reading »

Why Find A CPA (Certified Public Accountant)?

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Why Find A CPA (Certified Public Accountant)? A cpa (CPA) is a proficient individual who manages their own or is a part for an accounting company. A state-licensed accountant (CPA) is generally in charge of checking and monitoring the budgetary records for an unique and establishment. Each year millions for Americans question if that they… continue reading »

AICPA Plans Revamp of CPA Exam

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AICPA Plans Revamp of CPA Exam The American Institute of CPAs is asking for feedback as it plans the next version of the Uniform CPA Examination to respond to changing needs in the CPA profession. The AICPA issued an Invitation to Comment on Monday, requesting feedback from key stakeholders to shape the next version of… continue reading »

CPA group finds US execs optimistic about economy, Hiring

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CPA group finds US execs optimistic about economy, Hiring Not since 2007 have U.S. accountants in industry felt as optimistic about the future of their companies and the state of the domestic economy as they do now, according to the American Institute of CPAs’ third-quarter economic outlook survey. The number of financial executives optimistic about… continue reading »

CPA Executives Have a Positive Outlook on Hiring: AICPA Study

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CPA Executives Have a Positive Outlook on Hiring: AICPA Study Optimism about the US economy continues to grow among CPAs and financial executives, and with that, more companies are expecting to increase hiring in the near future, according to results of a new survey released by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) on Thursday. While… continue reading »

Why CPA over CA?

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Why CPA over CA? In the current market scenario, Chartered Accountancy (CA) could be aptly described as “too much for too less”, given the fact that the quantum of efforts required is not directly proportional to the rewards. Still, we do observe a large stream of students lining up for the course. Why so?? A… continue reading »

23 Critical Questions to Ask When Hiring a CPA

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23 Critical Questions to Ask When Hiring a CPA Question #1: Is timely service delivered? Accounting information can get out of date quickly. Except for annual information, most accounting information should be no more than 10-30 days old. You should be able to access your up-to-date information and your CPA quickly and easily. A proficient… continue reading »

Grow Your CPA Firm Using Killer Marketing Materials

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Grow Your CPA Firm Using Killer Marketing Materials Truth be told, you don’t have to be an award winning copywriter to create effective marketing materials for your CPA practice. I found out a number of years back that even the “pros” use templates to create ads and sales letters that get results. Before I share… continue reading »