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Articles from Journal of Accountancy (May 1, 2007)

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35% flat tax hits non-CPAs. Gilman, Jeffrey 263
Avoiding FASB 123(R) pitfalls: NOL companies' choice of when to recognize tax benefits under FASB 123(R) can affect their bottom line. Randolph, David 2917
Dirty little secrets of 401(k) plan fees. Weber, Ken 516
Effective Websites for CPAs: Grow Your Practice and Profits. Overcash, Loanna Book review 317
Extraordinary items share exclusive company: only unusual and infrequent events pass muster under FASB 145. Holtzman, Mark P. 2477
Get ready for Vista: upgrade is powerful but will take time to master. Johnston, Randolph P. Product/service evaluation 3690
Horse sense applied to startup. Reichert, Charles J. 368
In the line of duty. Metrejean, Cheryl T. 262
Incentives for businesses in distressed communities: credits and deductions for investing in disadvantaged areas. Laffie, Lesli S. 538
Intangible value: delineating between shades of gray: how do you quantify things you can't feel, see or weigh? Halliwell, Michael 3211
IRS, B&D tool up for trial. Pulliam, Darlene 458
More than a Numbers Game: A Brief History of Accounting. Rosen, Cheryl Book review 301
Optimizing Company Cash: A Guide for Financial Professionals. Bonner, Paul Book review 268
Perfect storm prompts changes in pension accounting: postretirement obligations move to financial statements while FASB considers more comprehensive changes to underlying measurements. Bahnson, Paul R. 3919
Taking stock of ESPPs: despite being commonly offered by corporations, employee stock purchase plans haven't caught on among most workers. Here's how to dispel some of the mystery surrounding them. Geisler, Gregory G. 2954
The last word. Bonner, Paul 659
Time to rethink your 401(k) plan? Pension Protection Act allows employers to redesign retirement plans. Brown, Cynthia B. 1838
What is your fraud IQ? Think you can spot corruption in any of its many forms? Take this (deceptively) simple test to find out just how much you know. Wells, Joseph T. 860
Whistleblowers wanted. Scott, Paul D. 794

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