New Edition--Employee Benefit Plans Industry Developments--Audit Risk Alert (No. 022415CPA07). Get current on Important issues that require special audit considerations. The Employee Benefit Plans ARA provides concise information about how recent industry, regulatory and professional developments may affect bur clients and your audits. $25 member/$31.25 non-member.
Revised Edition--Auditing Derivative Instruments, Hedging Activities, and Investments in Securities (No. 012525CPA07). The first new edition since the guide was originally released in 2001, the Auditing Derivative Instruments, Hedging Activities, and Investments" in Securities guide has been upgraded to reflect all the latest accounting literature issued since FASB Statement No. 133, as well as new auditing requirements, including SAS No. 101 on auditing fair value. $45 member/$56.25 non-member. Available July 29.
New Edition--Government Auditing Standards and Circular--133 Audits (No. 012745CPA07). This guide, as of May 1, 2005, has been updated to reflect all relevant new auditing standards and other guidance that has been issued over the past year. Moreover, key clarifications have been added to the guide to address practice issues that have arisen recently. $55/$68.75 non-member. Available July 29.
New Edition--State and Local Governments (No. 012665CPA07). Significant changes to this edition include: revised or enhanced Information to alert accountants and auditors to (1) the issuance or effective dates of GASB pronouncements through Statement No. 46, Net Assets Restricted by Enabling Legislation, and Technical Bulletin 2004-2, Recognition of Pension and Other Postemployment Benefit Expenditures/ Expense and Liabilities by Cost-Sharing Employers: and (2) guidance in the GASB staff's Comprehensive Implementation Guide-2004. The guide also contains a new illustrative auditor's report on OCBOA financial statements in connection with new revisions reflecting the effects of Auditing Interpretation Nos. 14, "Evaluating the Adequacy of Disclosure and Presentation in Financial Statements Prepared in Conformity With an Other Comprehensive Basis of Accounting" and 15, "Auditor Reports on Regulatory Accounting or Presentation When the Regulated Entity Distributes the Financial Statements to Parties Other Than the Regulatory Agency Either Voluntarily or Upon Specific Request," of SAS No. 62. $55/$68.75 non-member.
Not-for-Profit Organizations (No. 012645CPA07). The Not-for-Profit Organizations audit and accounting guide reflects all of the recently issued accounting and auditing standards that affect the industry. This edition has been updated to include: FASB Statement Nos. 151 and 153, as well as EITF Issue No. 03-13 and 02-14, Auditing Interpretation Nos. 17, Clarification in the Audit Report of the Extent of Testing of hlteJ71al Control Over Financial Reporting in Accordance with Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, and 18, References to PCAOB Standards in an Audit Report on a Nonissuei; to SAS No. 58. $55 member/$68.75 non-member. Available July 29.
New--Adviser's Guide to Tax, Health Care and Legal Issues for Aging Clients (No. 091018CPA07) by Ezra Huber, Esq. This book discusses the planning problems unique to your older clients and helps you understand the issues facing these clients--and options available to them. In over 300 pages, this reference focuses on the tax, health care and legal aspects of aging clients and helps you with planning for their retirement, long-term care issues, and estate planning matters. $79 member/$98.75 non-member.
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|Title Annotation:||Audit and Accounting Guide of Employee Benefit Plans; Auditing Derivative Instruments, Hedging Activities, and Investments in Securities; Employee Benefit Plans Industry Developments: Audit Risk Alert; Government Auditing Standards and Circular: 133 Audits; State and Local Governments; Tax, Health Care and Legal Issues|
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|Date:||Jul 1, 2005|
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