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Articles from The CPA Journal (December 1, 2010)

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2010 estate tax repeal, basis rules, and reporting requirements. Yokomoto, Kristin L. 3734
2010: another year behind us. Kranacher, Mary-Jo Column 757
Accountants' profit builders. Directory 3741
Accounting for bill-and-hold transactions: guidance from four standards. Clark, Ronald L.; Ryerson, Frank 1576
Accounting for municipal bankruptcies: an increasing occurrence in uncertain times. Ewer, Sid R.; Williams, John R. 1405
Environmental disasters: how auditors can serve as watchdogs. Heltzer, Wendy; Mindak, Mary Report 2374
Forecasting: using algebra to make more efficient spreadsheets. Saibeni, August A. 1332
Fort'e Capital's selected statistics. Statistical table 556
Helping small businesses provide healthcare coverage. Dykxhoorn, Hans J.; Sinning, Kathleen E. 3805
IFRS for SMEs: not for private American companies. Herman, Natasha 1734
Interpreting 'legally permissible in applying fair value guidelines. Johnson, I. Richard; Walther, Larry 1627
Making our voice heard on tax issues. Barry, Joanne S. Column 810
Medicare part B premiums: a hidden income tax. Meeting, David T.; Cornick, Michael; Alvis, Charles 2105
Recognition. 416
Regulatory and legal implications of stealth restatements: can companies bury the bad news? Chan, Leon; Hee, Kevin 2638
Returning the relevancy of the P&L: a proposed model. Lurie, Ehud; Shuv, Shlomi 5419
Solutions needed in education. Ruthizer, Scott Letter to the editor 595
Telecommuting and taxes: the Telebright case. Kofinas, Chaim 551
The 'tighten your belt, happy beneficiaries' retirement strategy: balancing withdrawals and preserving assets. Putnam, Karl 2227
The Fair Credit Reporting Act: responsibilities of Auditors, forensic accountants, and investigators. Pacini, Carl; Barker, Katherine 2722
The IFRS theme park: an alternate learning approach. Johnson, Anne-Marie 4395
The malignancy of fraud. Stack, Lawrence Letter to the editor 427
Website of the month: Planned Giving Design Center. Anders, Susan B. Website overview 855
When it comes to fraud, it's better to be safe than sorry: the importance of a keen eye and the courage to speak up. Weinstein, Edward A. Column 2264

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