November 2007/Vol. LXXVII, No. 11


Have We Created Financial Statement Disclosure Overload?

Rethinking Sarbanes-Oxley

Software Portability

Is Beta Alpha Psi Still Relevant to the Accounting Profession?

Inbox: Letter to the Editor

Book Review: Corporate Fraud Handbook: Prevention and Detection, Second Edition

In Focus

An Exclusive Interview with FASB Chairman Robert H. Herz


Accounting & Auditing
Financial Reporting
Gift Cards and Financial Reporting

Standards Setting
Improving How Auditing Standards Are Issued

Corporate Taxation
Transfer Pricing and Tax Planning

Federal Taxation
Carried Interest: What Is It and How Should It Be Taxed?

IRS Fast-Track Settlement for Small Business/Self-Employed Taxpayers

Personal Financial Planning
Insights on Tax Management Best Practices

Accountant's Liability
Recognizing a Litigious Reality

Responsibilities & Leadership
Do CPAs' Ethical Responsibilities End at Death?

The CPA & The Computer
Patch Management: No Longer Just an IT Problem

What to Bookmark
Website of the Month: FierceSarbox

Economic & Market Data
Monthly Update
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The SEC: Still the Investor's Advocate?

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