Common 401(k) Administrative Mistakes

For Defined Contribution retirement plans with plan years ending December 31st, the conclusion of the following March 15th deadline traditionally represents ... read more >

Should the U.S. Move to a Territorial Tax System?


By Nishant Patel

The United States is one of the few remaining nations that have a worldwide tax regime in today’s global economy. Among the 26 members of the Organization ... read more >

Russell Golden to Chair FASB


By Michael Stetson

The Financial Accounting Foundation’s board of trustees has named Russell G. Golden as the next chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, ... read more >

IRS Late Payment Penalty Relief Available to Many Taxpayers


By Eric Ingalls

If you are one of the many taxpayers who extended their 2012 federal tax return, the IRS has provided you with a potential freebie. If you end up having ... read more >

Make Sure Your Cloud is More Than Water Vapor


By Frank Dezort

I believe that we can all agree that numerous benefits may be realized by moving to cloud computing. Benefits include the ability to meet business demands ... read more >

FASB, IASB at Odds Over Treatment of Credit Losses


By Dan Nesbit

In the continued march towards convergence, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) have hit ... read more >

Is Your Law Firm Required to Comply with IRS Publication 1075?


By Donald Owens

Title 26 U. S. Code Section 6103(p)(4) requires external agencies and other authorized recipients of federal tax return and return information (FTI) to ... read more >

Is It Worth the Risk?

401(k) Plans

By Mike Bucci

Theoretically, investing has a “risk/reward” relationship. In essence, the more risk the investor assumes as defined by standard deviation, ... read more >

Cell Phone Showdown Part III: No End in Sight

In the two previous articles in this series, I discussed the ongoing patent infringement case between cell phone manufacturers Apple and Samsung. Before ... read more >