Accounting
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6/25/2019

Here are other important changes that have received less attention than the Sec. 199A qualified business income deduction or the new international tax provisions.

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The Tax Adviser
6/25/2019

Millennials are influencing marketing trends, technological advancement, politics, travel and food. And they are affecting your tax firm -- even if you don't realize it yet.

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AICPA Insights
6/25/2019

Sometimes the best way to be productive and efficient is to determine what you're not able to do -- and communicate that effectively.

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CPA Insider
6/25/2019

Developing relationships with the right managers can have a significant impact on progression at work. Here are three elements for determining whether your career is on the right track.

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Forbes
6/25/2019

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order directing the Department of Health and Human Services to take action designed to improve transparency in health care pricing.

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National Public Radio
6/25/2019

Language aficionados discuss how what's said on one side of the Atlantic might mean something different on the other side of the ocean.

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Financial Management
6/25/2019

Sitar headed the financial operations for ActiveHealth Management and Cadent Holdings.

6/24/2019

Digital disruption is rapidly changing the technical skills employers need, but five time-honored traits will help secure one's employment, writes Karen Gilchrist. The demand for critical thinking, adaptability, communication and other soft skills is high now and expected to grow as disruption increases.

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CNBC
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Karen Gilchrist
6/24/2019

When developing compensation policies, transparency, fairness and other objectives are as important as amounts provided.

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Financial Management
6/24/2019

Despite the savings, many companies think it can be a mistake to combine the CFO and chief operating officer roles for various reasons, including the diverse nature of responsibilities and a possible conflict of interest. A study debunks these fears, finding "no evidence that CFO/COO duality adversely ... affects operations."

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CFO