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New Revenue Recognition Rules Slowly Merging with the Transportation Industry

On May 28, 2014, the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board issued guidance merging U.S. Generally Accepted ... read more >

The Continuing Growth of E-commerce

Retail

By Michael Maloney

In total, consumer spending accounts for nearly 70% of U.S. GDP and has been growing this year by 0.2% during May and June and 0.3% in July according to ... read more >

The Effect of Technology on Higher Education Enrollment

In a competitive marketplace, businesses are always competing for ways to attract more customers. At higher education institutions, the competition is ... read more >

College Tuition Costs...Declining?

It’s no surprise the massive amount of debt that college students have amassed over the last three decades can be attributed in part due to rising ... read more >

The Border Adjustment Tax is Out of the Tax Reform Plan

A hot topic at the National Auto Dealers Association Convention back in January was the Border Adjustment Tax (“BAT”). Auto dealers can be ... read more >

Equihacked? The Equifax Breach, Questions and Answers.

Cybersecurity

By Dan Desko

As many of you may have already read in the headlines, a massive information breach occurred recently at credit reporting bureau Equifax. According to ... read more >

SAB 116: What You Need to Know

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently released Staff Accounting Bulletin (SAB) 116, which became effective last week. The primary purpose ... read more >