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6/22/2018

People in their early 50s who haven't started saving for retirement still have time to save enough to make a difference. Here are three tips for making the best of the situation.

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6/22/2018

The buying power of Social Security benefits has fallen 34% since 2000, while retiree expenses have increased 96.3%, a Senior Citizens League report says.

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6/22/2018

In a decision with enormous implications for state sales-and-use-tax collection and out-of-state retailers, the US Supreme Court has overruled its 1992 decision requiring out-of-state businesses to have a physical presence in a state before the state can require them to collect sales tax from customers in that state.

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6/22/2018

The Financial Accounting Standards Board has released an Accounting Standards Update to help organizations determine whether a contribution of cash or other assets is accounted for as a contribution or an exchange. The ASU seeks to simplify accounting for grants and similar contracts awarded by governments to not-for-profits.

6/22/2018

Help new graduates manage the money they earn and achieve their financial goals with smart budgeting. It's easy and painless with these simple tips.

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AICPA Insights
6/22/2018

Several steps, including mentoring others, can help people nearing retirement create a lasting professional legacy at their organization.

6/22/2018

Employers that once relied on observation and interview techniques are applying data analytics to the hiring process. Learn how a predictive model based on data can take guesswork out of hiring decisions.

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CPA Insider
6/22/2018

There are multiple ways to track and reconcile transactions using Excel 2016, and this article describes how three of these methods work.

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TechRepublic
6/22/2018

McDade is senior vice president and treasurer.

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6/21/2018

Emotional intelligence, or EQ, trumps IQ every time, writes Jim Pelletier, IIA vice president of professional and stakeholder relations. "For internal auditors, who often find themselves in challenging interpersonal situations, emotional intelligence is critical to success," he adds.