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Nonprofit Agendas, February/March 2008
February 1, 2008
In this issue, some topics discussed include new AICPA auditing standards, the distinction between sponsorship and advertising, how the IRS perceives contractors and employees and simple solutions for small organizational checks and balances.
A Brave New World for a New Form 990
By Michael McNee | Robert Lyons | February 1, 2008
On February 29, 2008, Michael McNee and Robert Lyons of the Nonprofit and Government Services Group presented a webinar entitled "A Brave New World for a New Form 990." This event discussed significant IRS changes to Form 990 and what they mean for the industry.
Real Estate Advisor, January/February 2008
January 31, 2008
In this issue, some topics discussed include the recent spike in sales of life-sciences-related facilities, a new tracking system designed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to increase water conservation, components of commercial building depreciation and current demographics of apartment rentals.
Auditing Alternative Investments
By Michael McNee | January 1, 2008
Auditing alternative investments presents unique challenges. As an auditor, it is critical to evaluate processes used by your clients to help support valuation and existence assertions in the financials.
Preparing for a Fraud Investigation: A View from the Trenches
August 1, 2007
Case study: New York Corp (NYC), a Manhattan-based maker of household products, such as tableware, cookware and flatware, manufactured all of its goods in a New Jersey plant for over 100 years. A year ago management decided that, to remain competitive, the company would move its manufacturing operations to Tijuana, Mexico. The new Tijuana plant is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NYC.
Global Presence, Local Excellence
June 1, 2007
JHI is a leading international business association for independent business advisers, financial consulting, and accountancy firms. JHI exists to support the development of its member firms by facilitating communications, exchange, networking, and resource sharing worldwide. Its members benefit from global networking while maintaining total practice independence.
Rethinking Peer Review from the Inside Out: A CPA Journal Panel Discussion on Quality Review
Mar 1, 2006
In the past five years, the accounting profession has seen a great deal of discussion about self-regulation and what it means. In 2004, then-NYSSCPA president John Kearney appointed Stephen F. Langowski to head a Quality Enhancement Policy Committee to study all of the ways quality...
Communicate Right From the Start
January 1, 2006
Understanding exactly what your employer is looking for from you, will determine how satisfied and successful you will be with your job. Good communication can quickly help set you on the course to becoming a superior performer.Page 58 of 58 pages ‹ First < 56 57 58