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Articles from Journal of Accountancy (December 1, 1997)

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Title Author Type Words
And then there were five. Brief Article 675
Anti-dividend-stripping rules. Willens, Robert 413
Can your software make it into year 2000? Benco, Daniel 2257
Confidentiality protection introduced in the House. Brief Article 307
Consulting on the side. Koreto, Richard J. Interview 1062
Easier offers in compromise. Hulen, Myron 3006
GASB reporting model may need more time. Brief Article 615
Home office deduction change. Lynch, Michael 445
How to prepare for the year 2000 problem. Brief Article 340
IASC revises two standards. Brief Article 566
In CPAs we trust. Koreto, Richard J. 2141
IRS overhaul: White House supports private-sector board. Brief Article 314
New accounting fellow chosen; SEC seeks more applicants. Brief Article 216
New credit union audit legislation. Brief Article 262
New IRS assistant commissioner. Brief Article 174
New NASBA chairwoman to 'sell' UAA. Brief Article 387
New rules affecting home sales and purchases. Fiore, Nicholas 752
Risks and liabilities: how CPAs can protect themselves. Romney, Marshall 973
Schuetze appointed to SEC enforcement. Brief Article 276
Smart stops on the Web. Brief Article 496
Spreadsheets face the millennium. Harding, Wayne E. 2024
Squaring off on derivatives. Brief Article 409
Surviving explosive growth. Malburg, Chris 3246
Technology: are you keeping pace? Dennis, Anita 1894
The importance of payroll. Dennis, Anita 1775
The millennium muddle. Zarowin, Stanley 2228
Views of the new tax act. Carlozzi, Catherine L. 3262
Year 2000 expenditures. Hollingsworth, Tracy Brief Article 316

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