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10/19/2018

Chinese economic growth declined to 6.5% in the third quarter from 6.7% in Q2, as an intensifying trade conflict with the US began to affect Chinese companies. The Q3 growth rate is the lowest China has experienced since the financial crisis.

10/19/2018

With Part D changes on the horizon, this is a good time for CPAs to review clients' Medicare coverage elections.

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Medicare
10/19/2018

The Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance explaining that although the law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has eliminated the personal exemption deduction, taxpayers still qualify for the Sec. 36B premium tax credit and have to pay the Sec. 5000A shared-responsibility payment.

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Internal Revenue Service
10/19/2018

Misconceptions surrounding health savings accounts might affect people's use of these vehicles. Here is a look at myths related to taxes, Social Security and other topics.

10/19/2018

Performance-calibration sessions, in which managers meet and discuss their evaluations of their teams, should be an essential component of the employee-review process. These sessions can eliminate bias and ensure rewards and promotions are distributed fairly.

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Inc. online
10/19/2018

CHOOSE is one of many commands that help users find data in a spreadsheet. But it might not always be the best choice.

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Financial Management
10/19/2018

Cutting through the noise and knowing which technology is best for your planning practice can be complicated. Choosing the right technology for your practice carries added value and efficiency. Here are ways to get started.

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AICPA Insights
10/19/2018

Murphy serves as president of the Asia-Pacific unit.

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John Murphy, Coca-Cola
10/18/2018

The Trump administration is preparing to withdraw the US from the 144-year-old Universal Postal Union, which coordinates postal service among various countries. White House officials said the treaty is unfair because it allows China and other countries to ship certain packages to the US inexpensively, a provision the US wants to renegotiate.

10/18/2018

"At the core of internal auditing is our ability to communicate our work in a way that excites people to initiate positive change," writes Jim Pelletier, IIA vice president of standards and professional knowledge. "Unfortunately, that's more difficult than one would think."