Would you rather: find and report the white-collar crime as early as possible; or, explain why you failed to find and report the white-collar crime? David L. Cotton shares a nightmare scenario: Is your client a white-collar criminal?
Read about the Arizona State Board of Accountancy’s monthly meeting, the 2021 ASCPA Legislative Roundtable and what to expect for the 2022 legislative session. Information on legal challenges to the state’s recently passed budget, federal infrastructure legislation, the state’s economic forecast and updates on the status of legislative lawsuits and referrals and redistricting are also included.
In this issue, learn more on bolstering your cybersecurity, assessing risks in malpractice and in audits and turning your emotional intelligence.
The Arizona State Board of Accountancy (Board) will soon be issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for contact investigators to help carry out their mission. Hear from one CPA on why this opportunity is one to seek out.
How has your organization’s workforce adjusted to working from anywhere? Michael S. Seaver shares four tips for building professional connections and managing your teams in a hybrid workplace.
This month’s update includes information about the Arizona State Board of Accountancy’s Annual Meeting and appointments, the 2021 legislative effective date, IRS acceptance of e-signatures, an ADOR notice for unemployment benefits and the ASCPA PAC Report.
AZ CPA provides information, news and trends to the accounting profession bimonthly as a regular service to the Arizona Society of CPAs members. In this issue, hear reports from the state legislature, recap what you missed at the July ASCPA Tax Talk Webcast and understand how clients deal with financial unrest.
This month’s update includes information on litigation to overturn recent tax laws, congressional efforts to include accounting as part of STEM, a Paycheck Protection Program portal and a state appropriations report from the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
This month’s update includes information on the Arizona Legislature adjourning for 2021, an approved rule change from State Board of Accountancy and an ASCPA PAC update.
CPA Exam Changes on the Way, Client Assessment Checklist, Extended Relief for Temporary Use of e-Signatures, How COVID-19 Pushed HR Into the Future, How to Get a Handle on Today’s Volatile Supply Chains
This month's update includes information on the Arizona Legislature's delayed session, new leadership at the Arizona State Board of Accountancy, the ASCPA's Leadership Day, a tax webinar, recognition for the ASCPA and an upcoming PAC update.
Senator Shope and Representative Hernandez join the ASCPA to discuss the 2021 session, the state budget and how to navigate the legislative process.
This month’s update includes information on the State Legislature, updates to the State Board of Accountancy’s processes and an ASCPA tax event.
In this issue, meet the 2021-2022 board of directors, celebrate our Excellence in Teaching award recipient and learn three myths that hurt not-for-profit organizations.
This month’s update includes information about the Arizona Legislature, a new director for the Department of Revenue, recent executive orders and the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic program.
Request from the AICPA for CPAs to reach out to Representatives and Senators to encourage support for extending all tax filings and payments to May 17.
This month’s update includes information on tax return deadlines, income tax conformity, the legislative session and ASCPA advocacy events.
In this month’s AZ CPA, find out more about Life Member Anita F. Baker, CPA, find out about Changes to the Paycheck Protection Program, and New Requirements for Partnerships Capital Reporting, and more.
This month’s update includes information about challenges to the PPP application process, updates to the State Board of Accountancy’s forms, the legislative session and COVID-19 liability.
As we start the New Year, hopefully, fresh from all the tax drama, we can at least take a deep breath and rejoice about some Covid-19 tax relief. On Sunday, December 27, 2020, the President signed into law, what is called, the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), a combination of Covid-19 relief along with many other provisions amongst the 5,593 pages.