Domestic Production Tax Deduction - Section 199

The oil and gas industry continues to be in a constant state of change, particularly in our region. Advances in horizontal drilling techniques have made ... read more >

Bid to Repeal 1099 Reporting Requirements Rejected by U.S. Senate

Tax

By Ron Kramer

On November 29th, the Senate rejected two proposals to repeal expanded Form 1099 reporting requirements for businesses that was enacted as part of the ... read more >

Views on Tax Policy and Reform - From the Likely New Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee

Tax

By Ron Kramer

In a speech before the Tax Council in Washington, D.C. on November 16, Representative Dave Camp, R-MI, outlined his priorities for U.S. tax policy and ... read more >

Big Win for Auto Dealers on UNICAP Issue

NADA, along with the help of dealership and CPA firm representatives, was successful in obtaining a uniform capitalization (UNICAP) victory for automobile ... read more >

A Postcard from the AICPA National Conference on Credit Unions

From October 25 through 27, the AICPA held its annual National Conference on Credit Unions in Las Vegas. The event drew more than 450 participants from ... read more >

SEC's Work Plan Replaces Roadmap to Convergence

IFRS

By Todd Lucas

In 2008, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued their proposed roadmap to convergence with international standards. The roadmap called for ... read more >

Foreign Subsidiary Recordkeeping - Are Your Files Cleaned Up?

Are you planning to repatriate earnings from a foreign subsidiary before year-end or do you have plans to do so in 2011? Earnings and profits (E&P), ... read more >

Blue-Ribbon Panel Addresses Standards for Private Companies

Audit

By Donald Applegarth

This press release was derived from the Financial Accounting Foundation website. To view the release in its entirety, please click here. The AICPA/FAF/NASBA ... read more >

Tips to Pass the CPA Exam for Recent College Graduates

Before my first day at Schneider Downs, my responsibilities were limited. I had an abundance of free time, and the only assignment I had was to study for ... read more >