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The Journal of Accountancy is the ultimate resource for today’s CPA, providing daily professional and regulatory updates, breaking news and videos.
The Journal of Accountancy is the ultimate resource for today’s CPA, providing daily professional and regulatory updates, breaking news and videos.

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Boards that prioritize corporate culture, watch for red flags, and set clear expectations will encourage ethical behavior throughout the company.
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These increasingly common enterprises aim to create value for all stakeholders in socially and environmentally conscious ways.
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Obtaining clients’ permission for transfer of files is a key responsibility.
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This month: Best practices for protecting personally identifiable information
What's your fraud IQ?
What's your fraud IQ?
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Safeguard taxpayer data, IRS warns tax practitioners
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Not-for-profit auditors repeatedly encounter certain financial statement errors that can be easily identified.
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A healthy dose of paranoia and specialized expertise can help practitioners overcome challenges in employee benefit plan audits.
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Targeted relief is undercut by new statutory limitations included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
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If you can fit these suggestions into your schedule, your finance department — and your organization — may be better off.
4 issues for CFOs to ponder
4 issues for CFOs to ponder
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Many clients believe that a CPA's duties include spotting evidence of theft or fraud in company records, regardless of the type of service the CPA firm is engaged to deliver. Here are tips for protecting against claims of failure to detect fraud.
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