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Articles from Strategic Finance (January 1, 2010)

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Access: text, dates, and functions. Cox, Patricia 678
Accounting for financial instruments: post-crisis changes, part 2: as the IASB and the FASB over-haul their accounting standards for financial instruments, observers wonder whether IFRS and U.S. GAAP will converge or diverge in this area. Pounder, Bruce Column 1079
Anno Liber. Castelluccio, Michael 1229
Are we experiencing an Ethics bubble? Results of the sixth National Business Ethics Survey suggest that fewer instances of ethical misconduct are being observed, a higher percentage is being reported, and more employees perceive that the ethical culture within their company is strong. Verschoor, Curtis C. Survey 1484
Audit attestation for smaller companies delayed again. Barlas, Stephen; Christensen, Dallon; Torian, Richard Brief article 200
Business tools: the next quantum leap. Baker, William M.; Roberts, F. Douglas Cover story 3436
Canon P-150 personal scanner. Brief article 212
Committees spur new advocacy efforts: IMA's Financial Reporting Committee and Small Business Financial and Regulatory Affairs Committee continue to be a voice for the association's advocacy efforts. Devonish-Mills, Linda 1464
Driving a Culture of Performance. Christensen, Dallon 517
Enhancing your member experience is a top priority: One of IMA's main goals is to serve you, our members, to the best of our ability and to offer you outstanding products and services that will be valuable to you throughout your careers. Thomson, Jeffrey C. 689
Excel: year-over-year analysis using excel. Jelen, Bill 1026
FASB reform goes down in flames. Barlas, Stephen; Christensen, Dallon; Torian, Richard 331
Getting things done: do you jump right into projects but then get sidetracked? Do you arrive at the office ready to tackle the day's workload but get stymied halfway through? Four skills can help you get more things done. Wing, Kennard T. 699
If I had a dollar ... Comparison, second-guessing, and assumption are three difficult negative thought habits to break. We may improve for a little while before falling back into our normal patterns, leaving us wondering if it was worth the effort. But every time we strive to improve ourselves brings us closer to our goal, gives us better experience, and gains us new insight. Personal account 1291
Interesting and useful. Torian, Richard Letter to the editor 125
It's a wonderful journey. Personal account 499
J.K. Lasser's tax guide. Brief article 196
Leadership in times of change: IMA is undergoing a number of changes that will describe its mission, aspirations, and members more accurately and elevate the CMA. We look forward to a smooth transition. Brausch, John M. 754
Navigating the 21st century job search. Schuele, Karen; Madison, Roland 2521
Obama administration establishes corporate fraud task force. Barlas, Stephen 404
TaxACT business Tax Software. Brief article 209
The gatekeepers' tools. Hurtt, David; Robinson, Michael; Stuebs, Martin 3274
Verbatim InSight[TM] portable hard drive. Brief article 256

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