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Articles from Journal of Accountancy (February 1, 2004)

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A disappointed reader. Harrison, Fred Letter to the Editor 118
Article should be directed to partners. Bonar, Adele Letter to the Editor 203
Audit committee service precautions. Hermanson, Dana R. Letter to the Editor 163
Audit committees take time and talent. King, Thomas G. Letter to the Editor 358
Caring for our own: whatever the size, your contribution makes a tremendous impact. Porter, Robert 807
Choose the right tools for internal control reporting: pick internal control software for changing business conditions. Winters, Bruce I. 3785
Costs could rise. Green, Paul M. Letter to the Editor 268
Departing partner's debt service payment income to partnership. Nash, Claire Y. 897
Directory of AICPA selected services. 700
Economic performance. Schnee, Edward J. 663
Exposure drafts outstanding. 1737
Fairness of taxes called into question. King, Frank L. Letter to the Editor 223
Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) announces a practice fellow program and a government fellow program. 81
Ferret out spreadsheet errors: use Excel's tools to uncover and correct formula problems. Simkin, Mark G. 2517
GASB publishes Statement no. 42, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Impairment of Capital Assets and for Insurance Recoveries, which requires governments to report in their financial statements the effects of capital asset impairment when it occurs. 164
High score for JofA. Livingston, Jack Letter to the Editor 207
Highlights. 492
Income, not dividends, double-taxed. Creagh, Richard P. Letter to the Editor 81
Myth of double taxation is politically inspired. Mason, Eli Letter to the Editor 88
New approaches to fraud deterrence: it's time to take a new look at the auditing process. Wells, Joseph T. 2385
Official Releases: GASB 42. 5096
Pilot test reveals dramatic changes: CPA candidates who volunteered to take the test give their views on how it compares with the paper-based version. Snyder, Adam 995
Sarbanes-Oxley: what it means to the marketplace; from support to apprehension, accounting professionals express their thoughts. Ostrosky, Joyce A. 3178
Set prices that mirror your worth. 882
Support for CPAs in post-disaster work: whether helping a single client or a whole community return to normal, CPAs will find a new guide to be a vital tool. Kendal, Anat 1504
Tax clients need more than just tax work. Mendlowitz, Edward Excerpt 455
Technology Q&A. Zarowin, Stanley 1486
The AICPA issues its annual ranking of the 10 technologies most likely to significantly affect practitioners, their clients and their employers in the coming year. 118
The costs of household employees: complying with legal requirements when employing domestic help. Laffie, Lesli S. 528
The final split-dollar regulations: the IRS offers up a complex array of rules. Thompson, Margaret Gallagher 1821
The SEC adopted rules in November to improve public companies' disclosure of the processes they follow in appointing directors and the means by which securities holders can communicate with them (www.sec.gov/rules/final/33-8340.htm). 280
The wisdom of Peter Drucker. 634
To compete or noncompete: a noncompete agreement is an important tool to safeguard a firm or company's interests. Johnson, Vernon W., III 3194
Unclaimed property: how to comply with the undisclosed liability and reporting requirements. Osibodu, Josiah S. 3131

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