July 2006/Vol. LXXVI, No. 7

Perspectives

2005 Max Block Award Winners Recognized

Asking Tough Questions About the 150-hour Requirement

Is the Public Ready for Transparent Peer Reviews?

Design and Maintenance of Accounting Manuals: A Blueprint for Running an Effective and Efficient Department (4th edition)

Principles-Based Accounting and the Continental Vending Decision

InFocus

A Hard Look at Tax Software: 2006 Annual Survey of New York State Practitioners

Essentials

Accounting & Auditing
Auditing
Reducing SOX Section 404 Compliance Costs

Accounting
Revenue Recognition Revolutionized

Radio Frequency Identification and How to Capitalize on It

Taxation
Corporate Taxation
Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 and Mandatory E-filing

Finance
Employee Benefit Plans
Defined Contribution Plan Failure: Options for Participants

Management
Practice Management
Spam: Choosing the Right Defense

Mandatory Debit Card PIN Security Reviews

Practice Consultant
E-mail Security for Small Businesses

Responsibilities & Leadership
Ethics
Ethics in Accounting Education: The Forgotten Stakeholders

Technology
The CPA & The Computer
System Security Threats and Controls

Forensic Computing: A Review of a Growing Technical Field

What to Bookmark
Website of the Month: Citrin Cooperman & Company, LLP

Economic & Market Data
Monthly Update
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Editorial
Whistleblowing: The Devil Is in the Details



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