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6/14/2019

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has proposed financial reporting standards for public-private and public-public partnership arrangements, as well as availability payment arrangements.

6/14/2019

Which of the four working styles best describes you? And can you get along with people who have other working styles? Your success at work might depend on it.

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Financial Management
6/14/2019

Since 2018, taxpayers subject to a Sec. 163(j) limitation that file in states with related-party interest add-back rules must calculate and track the amount of Sec. 163(j) deferred interest expense that is related party.

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The Tax Adviser
6/14/2019

As Generation Z enters the workforce, many young employees are aspiring to leadership roles in the near future. This article offers several suggestions on how to progress quickly in your career.

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Fast Company online
6/14/2019

Listening and asking the right questions are two keys to coaching employees, says AICPA ENGAGE speaker Melisa Galasso, CPA, CGMA, founder of Galasso Learning Solutions in Charlotte, N.C.

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AICPA
6/14/2019

Paul Stahlin, CPA, CGMA, former chairman of the AICPA, shares the importance of lifelong learning, embracing diversity and smiling often.

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AICPA Insights
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AICPA, Paul Stahlin
6/14/2019

May saw a 0.3% decline in import prices, the largest decrease in five months, according to Labor Department data.

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Reuters
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Labor Department
6/14/2019

Grimsrud has held several senior management positions in finance at the company since joining in 2012.

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Rigzone
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Aker Solutions
6/13/2019

Many opportunities at work and in life fall by the wayside because people are afraid to seize them. In this podcast recorded at AICPA ENGAGE, learn how to conquer fears that keep you from reaching your potential.

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AICPA
6/13/2019

The AICPA Professional Ethics Executive Committee has issued two revised interpretations. One interpretation clarifies auditors' independence responsibilities related to affiliates of state and local government entities that are financial statement attest clients, and the other addresses provision of information systems services to attest clients.