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Articles from Journal of Accountancy (May 1, 2005)

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"The best investment ... in my life". Advertisement 125
African American students and the CPA exam: mentoring, internships and scholarship programs can draw students into the profession. Booker, Quinton 2922
AICPA Conferences 2005. Calendar 494
AICPA issues SSARS EDs. 202
Calculate length of service in years and months in Excel. Zarowin, Stanley 152
Contingent attorney fees. Schnee, Edward J. 322
CPAs confident about their careers: they're in demand and despite the hours, pay and satisfaction for most are higher than ever. Berkowitz, Hank 1366
Directory of AICPA selected services. Directory 717
Dumb and dumber: even more proof that truth is stranger than fiction. Wells, Joseph T. 1607
Executive roundtable. Advertisement 959
Exiting a partnership. Schnee, Edward J. 765
Exposure drafts outstanding. 1578
FICA taxes for medical residents. Reichert, Charles J. 616
For their future: www.360financialliteracy.org. 93
From $0 to $230K in less than a year ... . Advertisement 88
From a neighbor to the North. Stal, Albert L. Letter to the Editor 111
Get a 10-key calculator on your PC. Zarowin, Stanley 169
Golden business ideas. Zarowin, Stanley 483
Hide and protect formulas in Excel. Zarowin, Stanley 239
Honesty still the best policy. 86
In the client's best interest. Shiavi, Vincent A. Letter to the Editor 331
Institute exposes draft BV standards. 95
Knock, knock: it's the IRS. Advertisement 374
Learn early and save more. 80
Looking back: the journal in 1917. 473
More talk, more action: a changing role for corporate boards and CPAs. Kroll, Karen M. 3169
Opportunity and balance: is your organization ready to provide both? Which of your valued professionals will be moving up - and which moving out? Baldiga, Nancy R. 2624
Oregon CPA touts "golden" chance. Advertisement 105
Outrageous employee benefits: a strategy to keep your people happy is sound business. Hayes, Michael 3043
Prepare data for Excel: make information spreadsheet-readable. DeCristofaro, John 1224
Protect against snoops reading "erased" track changes and comments. Zarowin, Stanley 371
Publications ... Advertisement 93
Pulls in $1 million billing in four years: former Ernst & Young accountant ... Advertisement 183
Save your special Excel formulas for easy access. Zarowin, Stanley 294
Shortcuts. Zarowin, Stanley 152
Six steps to better marketing. 454
substantiate travel and entertainment costs: writing off a corporate fishing trip. Laffie, Lesli S. 447
Synchronize files between desktops and laptops. Zarowin, Stanley 303
Tax relief, chapter 2004: tips for implementing the new rules. Eason, Pat 2949
The AICPA Auditing Standards Board issued an exposure draft of proposed Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS), Defining Professional Requirements in Statements on Auditing Standards, and proposed Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE). 165
The AICPA unveiled a Web site for CPAs interested in information technology (www.aicpa.org/infotech). 83
The case for private company GAAP. Tie, Robert 1346
The dollars and cents of green construction: being environmentally friendly brings financial as well as social benefits. Meyerson, Andrew 1713
The Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., the National Credit Union Administration and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency issued final joint guidance to help insured depository institutions address concerns federal and state bank regulators, consumers ... 92
The Institute released Understanding Social Security Reform: The Issues and Alternatives a comprehensive analysis by AICPA tax, accounting and economic specialists of the benefits and drawbacks of many current reform proposals. 117
The new importance of materiality: CPAs can use this familiar concept to identify key control exceptions. Vorhies, James Brady 2804
The right foot. Knowles, Jimmie Wayne Letter to the Editor 238
The SEC released guidance to help registered companies improve the presentation of consolidated statements of cash flows in financial statements they file with the commission (www.sec.gov/divisions/corpfin/ guidance/cashflowguid0205.htm). 85
The tax is assessed, not the taxpayer. Mannino, Laura Lee 762
Upcoming AICPA webcasts. Advertisement 88
What CPAs are buying now. Advertisement 170

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