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Articles from Journal of Accountancy (September 1, 2005)

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'What today's CPAs seek in payroll and benefits solutions: most are 'satisfied' with their vendors, but many exploring alternatives. Opportunities particularly ripe for local firms to help clients. Berkowitz, Hank 1255
100 years: looking back: the journal in 1950. 477
A blogging fan. Ryan, Kevin T. Letter to the Editor 149
A business imperative: no talent left behind. Baldiga, Nancy R. 535
A completely paperless payroll--is it possible? ...yes! Advertisement 298
A million thanks. Rosen, Cheryl 224
A thank-you to the profession. 257
Accountant-centric solutions add a new dimension to payroll processing. Zuckerman, Laurence K. Advertisement 283
Accounting Education Center is open for business: a valuable resource for educators, students, CPA exam candidates and all others interested in high-quality CPA education. 488
Accounting firm profits from small business payroll. Advertisement 281
Advice from trailblazers and rising stars: since 1986 more than 50% of accounting graduates have been women vs. just 10% in 1970, Much of this impressive progress is due to noteworthy women and their contributions to their employers and to the profession. Almer, Elizabeth Dreike 1037
AICPA Conference 2005. Calendar 572
CBT: too easy? Mahecha, Carl Letter to the Editor 136
Climb to the top: 86
Color barriers. 236
Contract musts. Zarowin, Stanley 96
Differentiating debt from equity. Reichert, Charles J. 800
Directory of AICPA selected services. Directory 622
Divorce, pensions and community property. Schnee, Edward J. 581
Dos and don'ts at the podium. 377
Exposure drafts outstanding. 1703
Fear factor. Newman, Glenn 283
Five common investor errors. 121
Flextime to the nth degree: Deloitte's long-term leave program keeps alumni connected. Browne, Mai 529
Growing talent is everybody's business: turn more rookies into partners. Baker, Anita 758
I.q. test: (innocuous question). Lester, Robert 80
Intangible asset article rates tops. 103
Limit practice liability: select your form of business and your associates with care. Tucker, James J., III 2799
Looking forward: a talk with Leslie Murphy: Leslie Murphy, managing partner of client service for Plante & Moran, will become the AICPA chair at the Institute's October annual meeting. The JofA will publish her acceptance speech in a future issue. Baldiga, Nancy R. Interview 1243
Making flextime work. Berger, Linda 607
Members asked to comment on BV ED. 170
Mirror, mirror on the wall: have I got my priorities straight? Is your professional/personal lifestyle out of whack? Too much of one, not nearly enough of the other? Take this simple test - you may be surprised at your answers. Baldiga, Nancy R. 328
New rules for expats: leaving America with dignity. Bentley, Peter E. 2398
Not your father's CPA firm! Mary Kay Humfeld talks about a new employment model. Heard, Marianne 812
Official releases: GASB No. 47. 3769
Payroll and HR solutions. Advertisement 1642
Poll focuses on audit committees. 107
Ready to move ahead? Here's some of the best advice offered by successful female CPAs. Baldiga, Nancy R. 278
Reduced exclusion possible in home sale: safe harbors for taxpayers not meeting the use/occupancy rules. Laffie, Lesli S. 546
Retire to Shangri-La. 264
Second-CPA-firm update: the Sarbanes-Oxley cloud has a silver lining - unzip it. Dennis, Anita 2990
Seven rules for bargaining. 160
Tax software makes the grade: vendors improve their technology support. Zarowin, Stanley 5676
Technology Q&A: when to use .rtf ... big changes coming ... more shift key functions ... identify excel cells containing formulas ... access function keys ... shortcuts. Zarowin, Stanley 1172
The case for payroll outsourcing. Advertisement 263
The Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) published Statement of Federal Financial Accounting Standards (SFFAS) no. 29, Heritage Assets and Stewardship Laud ( 81
The Federal Financial Institutions Examinations Council (FFIEC) released the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)/ Anti-Money Laundering Examination Manual to ensure consistent application of the act to commercial banks, savings associations and credit unions ( 152
The first "Last Word". Simpson, Fred A. Letter to the Editor 259
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued Statement no. 47, Accounting for Termination Benefits ( 118
The Institute endorsed the SIMPLE Cafeteria Plan Act of 2005 (S. 723), a bill that would allow small businesses to provide nontaxable benefits, such as flexible spending accounts, to their employees ( as large companies and government agencies now do. 95
The Institute released AICPA Audit Committee Toolkit: Not-for-Profit Organizations and AICPA Audit Committee Toolkit: Government Organizations. 103
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) each published an exposure draft (ED) containing joint proposals to improve and align the accounting for business combinations (; 172
The International Accounting Standards Board issued an amendment to the fair value option in International Accounting Standard (IAS) 39, Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement. 127
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) of IFAC released an international standard on review engagements (ISRE; and two EDs of proposed international standards on auditing (ISA; 137
The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) released a revised Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants, which establishes a conceptual framework promoting the fundamental principles of integrity, objectivity, professional competence and due care, confidentiality, and professional behavior ( 154
The last word. 512
The Lockhart advantage. 344
The payroll payoff position your firm as an all-service provider. Hayes, Michael 1239
The proof is in the payback: John Ferraro, Americas vice-chair, client service, talks about Ernst & Young's priorities. 846
The SEC released a staff report on off-balance-sheet arrangements, special purpose entities and transparency of filings by issuers reflected in a sample of filings by 200 public companies ( 93
The style split: good communication has no gender. Beasley, Angela L. 573
The value proposition: there's more to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance than meets the eye. Harrington, Cynthia 2348
Turn unneeded policies into cash: a life settlement can be a better alternative than surrendering a policy. Warring, James D. 2271
Uniformity in income tax accounting sought. 114
When to write off bad debt. Thompson, Steven C. 756

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