Has Your Organization Considered a Crisis Management Plan?

As an organization, you may have identified risks, severity of those risks, and efforts to mitigate those risks through the combination of a formal Business ... read more >

With Oil and Gas Production Slowing, Are Your Leases Safe?

Driven by the lowest prices in more than a decade, those drillers that can afford it have pinched oil and gas production, waiting for prices to rise. But ... read more >

Pointing in the Right Direction


By Emma Dinh

At this time six months ago, I was a sleep-deprived and stressed sophomore struggling to search for summer opportunities. In between classes, I browsed ... read more >

It's all about the Experience

As a college student going into my fifth year to finish up my bachelors in accounting and masters in information security and assurance, I can assure you ... read more >

Part VII: Uniform Guidance -- Indirect Costs: De Minimis Rate

One of the most significant changes within the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards is the change ... read more >

Are Typical Americans Actually Doing Well Financially?

Real Estate

By Ryan Deatrick

On July 28, the AICPA released the results of its Personal Financial Satisfaction Index (PFSi) for the second quarter of 2016, and some may find it surprising ... read more >

He Shoots and Misses! Soccer Star Found Guilty of Tax Fraud


By PJ Rogers

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi "Messi" will want to forget the summer of 2016. Although winning Spain's domestic soccer cup "La Liga" ... read more >



By Dennis Mowrey

Once the Tax Reform Act of 1986 was passed, taxpayers were no longer allowed to deduct non-economic losses from passive activities from wage and investment ... read more >