May 2005/Vol. LXXV, No. 5


Effective Governance in an Ethicless Organization

Facing Reality About Social Security

Improving Negotiation Skills

Improving Professional Ethics

FAQs About Internal Audit and New Regulatory Requirements

Catching Fraudsters with Their Hands in the Till

Understanding and Motivating Volunteers

Technology's Expanding Role in SEC Compliance

Top 10 Misconceptions About Bankruptcy

Blueprint for a Successful Business

Conscience of the Profession: A Personal Journey

Consequences of the 150-Hour Requirement


Accounting & Auditing
Accounting Standards Setting: Inconsistencies in Existing GAAP

Exploring PCAOB Auditing Standard 2: Audits of Internal Control

Monetary-Unit Sampling Using Microsoft Excel

Federal Taxation
Working-Condition Fringe Benefits

New Rules for Reporting Book-Tax Differences

Corporate Taxation
Net Operating Losses, S Corporations, and Shareholder Bankruptcy

Personal Financial Planning
Tax Planning for Establishing Principal Residence Status

The 'Solo K' Retirement Plan

Accountant's Liability
Factors Affecting Juror Perceptions in Liability Cases

Practice Development
CPAs Go Slow in Adoption of ElderCare/PrimePlus Practices

Responsibilities & Leadership
Are Accounting Programs Providing Fundamental IT Control Knowledge?

Information Management
XBRL and Financial Information Assurance Services

What to Bookmark
Website of the Month: SEC Historical Society

Economic & Market Data
Monthly Update
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