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Articles from Journal of Accountancy (November 1, 2004)

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20 steps for pricing a patent: to value an invention you have to understand it. Cromley, J. Timothy 2743
401(k) all the way. 106
A Different Perspective on Internships. Biddle, Robert E., Jr. 259
Accounting education; response to corporate scandals: helping the profession find opportunity in crisis. Meyer, Michael J. 3373
Accounting educator steps up for Olympic ceremony. 114
AICPA conferences 2004. Calendar 474
AICPA launches governmental audit quality center. 167
AICPA offers auditing standards to all. 128
Alimony payments must terminate at death. Burnett, Sharon 541
Appeals court confirms treatment of assumed liabilities. Schnee, Edward J. 752
Avoid the payroll tax trap: using withheld payroll taxes for other purposes can be a dangerous and expensive game. Godfrey, Howard 4520
Avoid the tax trap when repaying shareholder loans: careful planning can shield recognition of gain on loan repayment. Howell, Brian K. 1488
Change the case of text in word--but not in excel. Zarowin, Stanley 239
CPE videocourses--DVD/VHS ... ideal for on-site staff training or individual self-study. 149
Damages aren't always patently obvious: CPA litigation-services consultants can help resolve high-stakes IP infringement disputes. Gering, Richard J. 3212
Directory of AICPA selected services. 706
Expand the use of format painter in word. Zarowin, Stanley 282
Exposure drafts outstanding. 1579
Golden business idea. Zarowin, Stanley 523
Install your own wireless network: access your computer, printer and peripherals without cables. Romney, Marshall B. 3130
Institute builds online BV/FLS community. 114
Limit the data Excel will accept. Zarowin, Stanley 213
Lone Star state auditor named best government CPA. 118
Managing change: interview with incoming AICPA chairman. Tie, Robert Interview 1440
Members of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA), some holding the Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) credential. 98
Move (or copy) a batch of Excel worksheets. Zarowin, Stanley 289
Move up or move out. 81
Nonindividual QTP contributions: how employers can help workers save for college. Laffie, Lesli S. 520
Official releases: revisions to Council Resolutions. 1152
Plan a successful exit. 89
Radio frequency identification: the wave of the future; as bar codes give way to RFID tags, accounting for inventory will go high-tech. Luehlfing, Michael S. 3016
Rethinking Annuities for Medicaid Eligibility. Brown, Cecil 259
Retrieve a lost CD key code for Windows operating system. Zarowin, Stanley 174
Save your favorites when switching browrser. Zarowin, Stanley 241
Sharpen your BV research skills. 558
Shortcuts. Zarowin, Stanley 120
Students win aid for graduate studies in accounting. 146
Tax deductions may help fight obesity. Dancer, W. Terry 440
Telephone excise tax: does "and" mean "both" or "either"? Brown, Michael H. 478
The Accounting Hall of Fame announced three inductees for 2004. 99
The AICPA Accounting and Review Services Committee issued a revised illustrative representation letter for review engagements (www.aicpa. org/members/div/auditstd/revision_of_a ppendix_f.htm). 83
The AICPA launched an online database (http://volunteers.aicpa.org/financialliteracy) where CPAs now can register as volunteers in 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy. 102
The AICPA Peer Review Board issued revised standards for performing and reporting on peer reviews, as well as revised and new interpretations that will help CPAs understand how to apply the standards. 94
The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) issued model rules for state societies that, if adopted, will require public accounting firms. 105
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) introduced communications links that make it easier to contact the board when a registered public accounting firm--or anyone associated with it--may have violated provisions of the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002. 108
The quarter-million-dollar caper: a fraudster is nipped in the bud. Wells, Joseph T. 1459
Third PCAOB standard now in effect. 147
Transfer excel formula from one worksheet to another. Zarowin, Stanley 113
Valuable valuation data. 83
What CPAs are buying now. 148
XBRL-US, the American chapter of XBRL International--a global consortium of more than 200 accounting, technology and financial services organizations. 127
You are what you charge: ultimately, a business is defined by that for which it collects revenue, and it collects revenue only for that which it decides to charge. Dunn, Paul 450

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