Tax Benefits and Other Concerns for Expats
No matter where you live, worldwide income for U.S. citizens and resident aliens is subject to U.S. taxes. However, those who work and live abroad may qualify for some special tax breaks. Find out what they are in this informative article
Published on August 15, 2012
The AICPA advocates for sound tax policy. From issuing reports to testifying before Congress, the AICPA helps the public to understand the tax implications of legislative decisions
Published on September 24, 2012
Off the Hinges Assignments Sales Tax Guru
Who says sales tax reporting and compliance can’t be exciting? Meet Allen Lau, CPA, a senior tax specialist with Avalara. Find out why Allen chose to go down this road. His reasons...
Published on June 14, 2012
Its Your Taxpayer Money Are Legislators Handling it Properly
Talking to CPAs about tax and fiscal responsibility is kind of like telling a carpenter what kind of wood to use for his next project. However, all of us have to pay taxes; are...
Published on November 27, 2012
A busy season playlist for young CPAs
We asked several young CPAs why they listen at work and for suggestions that we could use to assemble our very own CPA busy season playlist on Spotify. Here are their suggestions.
Published on March 17, 2015
Untraditional Firm/Company Holiday Traditions
We’ve surveyed young and not-so-young CPAs to find out what kinds of unusual or untraditional holiday traditions they have in their firms and companies. Some of the answers might surprise you! Find out what others are up to; there’s even a video of how one firm improves camaraderie by helping
Published on November 16, 2013
To advance, learn to sell
Successful young CPAs say that selling is indeed one of the key skills that they must concentrate on to advance their careers.
Published on September 16, 2014
Quirky Careers in Accounting Chicken Counter
In this first article of an occasional series, we examine “quirky” careers in accounting. Meet Jamie McCoy, who not only had to count chickens, but also take as many as 10 showers a day in order to maintain prescribed health standards.
Published on May 15, 2012
8 tips for surviving busy season
The 60-hour, six-day workweeks can create a hectic office environment. But if they manage their time correctly and take steps to lower their stress levels, young CPAs can survive and even thrive during this period.
Published on February 17, 2015
Six Tips to Developing Business in Foreign Countries
In today’s global economy, developing business outside the United States is not that unusual, yet, as a young CPA, what can you do to help your firm increase its scope? Here are 10 tips to consider.
Published on August 09, 2012