Fraud and Forensic Publications
If you’re a CPA working in fraud or forensics, you have to work hard to keep up with cutting edge techniques and outthink potential perpetrators. AICPA's fraud publications help you do just that.
Published on October 01, 2014
AICPA News Update Vol. 13 No. 16
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Published on April 16, 2010
AICPA News Update Vol. 13 No. 40
IRS Releases Final Schedule UTP
Published on September 24, 2010
AICPA News Update - April 6, 2012
In this issue: AICPA Suggests Changes to COSO Internal Control Framework Proposal, Bi-partisan JOBS Act Signed by President, GAQC Resources for Understanding the 2011 Yellow Book, Forensic CPAs May Be Required to Hold a Private Investigator’s License in Some States, Start Here, Go Places. Project Innovation Winners Announced, AICPA TV Gets Revamped
Published on April 06, 2012
AICPA News Update Vol. 13 No. 33
Private Company Financial Reporting Panel Seeks CPAs' Input
Published on August 13, 2010
Is Now the Time to Implement PFP Services
The CPA profession has naturally evolved toward personal financial planning (PFP). This is borne out by the results of the recent AICPA PFP Division survey on the economic benefits of implementing a PFP practice in a CPA firm, among other things.
Published on March 01, 2015
AICPA News Update Vol. 13 No. 28
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Published on July 09, 2010
Deducting Losses for Defrauded Investors
This article considers theft losses “incurred in an activity engaged in for profit.” These investment theft losses are not subject to the 10% of AGI reduction for losses of personal use property, the 2% of AGI floor for miscellaneous itemized deductions, or the itemized deduction phaseout rules of Sec. 68.
Published on July 01, 2009
Applying AICPA Business Valuation Standards in Tax Practice
the AICPA issued Statement on Standards for Valuation Services (SSVS) No. 1, Valuation of a Business, Business Ownership Interest, Security, or Intangible Asset, effective for all engagements accepted on or after January 1, 2008. The new standards apply to any AICPA member, or a nonmember CPA practicing in a state
Published on August 01, 2008