Separate Powers of Attorney Needed for Married Couples


By Kathleen Myers

Beginning March 1, 2012, the IRS will no longer accept the old version of Form 2848 – Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative. The new ... read more >

IASB Chairman Predicts That SEC Will Adopt IFRS


By Todd Lucas

International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) Chairman Hans Hoogervorst recently commented that he expects the SEC to adopt IFRS for U.S. issuers. This ... read more >

Uncertain Tax Positions - A look back


By Jay Meglich

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued interpretation 48 (FIN 48) in June 2006 with effective dates for public companies of fiscal years ... read more >

Super Bowl Advertising: What to Watch


By Sean Smith

The Super Bowl is more than just a football game. It's the coming out party for many new advertisements and promotions. Here's a preview of what to expect this year.... read more >

Manufacturing Industry Trends - What's the story for 2012?

According to official sources (National Association of Manufacturers and Institute for Supply Management), the manufacturing industry is generally growing. ... read more >

What's new with the payroll tax bill?


By Ron Kramer

New – Nothing. Same old thing, Democrats and Republicans still can’t agree. Congressional Conferees meeting on extending the payroll tax cut ... read more >

Nexus Compliance Deadline for Remote Sellers Extended by Commonwealth

As previously reported, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (“Department”) issued Tax Bulletin 2011-01, clarifying existing nexus standards ... read more >

Top DOL Failures Found in Benefit Plans


By Lara Fuller

As a plan sponsor and fiduciary, are you aware of the top pitfalls that are most frequently found by the DOL either through audits they perform or through ... read more >