November 2005/Vol. LXXV, No. 11

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Perspectives

'The Future of the Accounting Profession' Report

Interstate Compact: Regulating the Profession as Practiced

Businesses Respond to Cybercrime and Security Trends

Measuring Volatility and the Cost of Retirement

Using Special Needs Trusts

Optimizing the Use of E-mail

Maximum Tax Relief from Soaring Gas Prices

Wheel, Deal, and Steal: Deceptive Accounting, Deceitful CEOs, and Ineffective Reforms

Rebalancing Internal Audit in the Sarbanes-Oxley Era

InFocus

The European Union's Role in International Standards Setting

Essentials

Accounting & Auditing
Accounting
Earnings Quality: It's Time to Measure and Report

Reporting Employee Stock Option Expenses: Is the Debate Over?

Auditing
Current SEC and PCAOB Developments

Taxation
Federal Taxation
Navigating the Depreciation Decoupling Maze

Recent Reform and Simplificationsfor S Corporations

State & Local Taxation
Certain Nonresident New York City Employees Must Pay Tax on All Income

Finance
Personal Financial Planning
Tax Planning for Military Personnel

New Tax Law Changes the Rules for Donations of Automobiles

Corporate Finance
Issues in the Deductibility of Trade Promotion Expenditures

Management
Practice Management
Growth and Succession in Small to Midsize Accounting Practices

Responsibilities & Leadership
Education
Bridging the Gap Between Professors and Practitioners: 'Quasi-' Case Studies

Technology
What to Bookmark
Website of the Month: Practitioners Publishing Company

Economic & Market Data
Monthly Update
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Editorial
Junking the Tax Code Isn't the Solution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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