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Audit
Adam Goode | 7.17.2019

Proposed Accounting Standard Update Would Delay Private Company Effective Dates for Leases, Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) and Hedging Updates by One Year

On July 17, 2019, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted unanimously to move forward with delaying the effective start date for recent accounting
Audit
Adam Goode | 5.9.2019

Is It Time to Overhaul the Income Statement?

The changes to revenue recognition (ASC 606) and lease accounting (ASC 842) are now squarely in the rearview mirror for most public companies. And even

FASB Proposes Improvements to Not-For-Profit Grant and Contribution Accounting

Several stakeholder groups, including the AICPA, FASB NFP Advisory Committee and others, have raised concerns over the difficulty encountered by many not-for-profit
Retail
Adam Goode | 3.21.2017

Are Store Associates the Key to Competing with E-Commerce?

As someone who has worked in all levels of retail, from a store associate all the way up to general manager, the results of a recent Tulip Retail survey

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The Overwhelming Influence of Mobile Devices in the Retail Industry

For as long as we can remember, retailers have sought out new and innovative ways to get consumers into traditional brick-and-mortar stores throughout
Audit, Retail
Adam Goode | 8.8.2016

Back-To-School Household Spending Projected to Increase Nearly 7% in 2016

The National Retail Federation (NFR) recently published its annual back-to-school consumer spending survey, which was conducted by Prosper Insights &

Salaried Employees: Big Pay Raise on the Horizon?

We’re expecting the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) proposed revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to be finalized as soon as May
Retail
Adam Goode | 11.11.2015

EMV Chip Card Technology: What You Should Know

October 1, 2015 was the deadline for most merchants to upgrade their credit card terminals to EMV-enabled devices or risk assuming responsibility for any

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From the Classroom to the Recording Studio: How Universities May Use the Flipped Classroom Concept

For many of us, the thought of college classes conjures up images of lecture halls, professors speaking from podiums, and chalkboards full of definitions
Retail
Adam Goode | 12.29.2014

No Resolution on Internet Sales Tax Bill

The 113th Congress adjourned in December 2014 without passing the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 (MFA), which was passed by the Senate in 2013 but was

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