Tennessee CPA Journal
The Tennessee CPA Journal is TSCPA’s flagship publication. Published bimonthly, this technical journal keeps TSCPA members informed about the latest issues and events occurring in the accounting profession, while paying special attention to matters within our state. The Journal is complementary to all TSCPA members and features a self-study exam offering convenient CPE.
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This issue contains the following feature articles: - Tips and Best Practices for Plan Sponsors and Fiduciaries - Cyber Security is Critical When Outsourcing - Ready for TNTAP Rollout Two? - Disclosing Critical Audit Matters - Business Ethics, Moral Compasses and the Educational Dilemma
This issue contains the following feature articles: - The CFO as Chief Risk Manager - Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Revolution to Come -Tips to Get the Most Out of Reference Checks - TCJA: Impacts on Federal Corporate Income Tax - Happy Employees are Productive Employees
This issue contains the following feature articles: - Is Your Client's Short Term Rental Truly Tax Free? - Financial Statement Effects of the New Revenue Standards - Helpful Tips for TNTAP - Reasonable Accommodations for New Mothers in the Workplace after Young vs. UPS Case - Tax Reform: Beware of Phase Outs
This issue contains the following feature articles: - Economic Outlook for Tennessee, - What May be Lurking in the Dark Web - The Inevitable Breach - Securing Charitable Contribution Deducations
This issue contains the following feature articles: - Tennessee's Hidden Income Tax, - Derisking Concentrated Stock Positions Cost-effectively and Tax-efficiently, - How to Steer Clear of (T)reasonalbe Compensation in a Business Valuation - The Leadership of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
This issue features articles on the latest technological developments in the accounting profession.
This issue features articles on Encouraging the Middle-Aged Solo Business Owner to Plan for Retirement; The New Leases Standard: What You and Your Clients Need to Know; What Does it Mean to Have a Segregation of Duties?; and What You Need to Know about GASB's New Tax Abatement Disclosure Requirements.
This issue takes a look at the cost of college for higher-income taxpayers, How changing legal and ethical concerns with the broker/advisor-investor relationship, the use if big data in auditing and barriers to adoption, and common deficiencies in audit reports monitored by the division of local government audit. Columns include email security, revenue recognition and FDIC insurance premium overhaul.
This issue features articles on revisiting employee vs. independent contractor rules in light of Uber and the new business model, a close look at the tax curriculum in Tennessee graduate accounting programs, the expanded taxpayer due diligence for tax credits meant to combat tax return fraud and much more!
This issue features articles on auditing in the cloud, the checks and balances involved with health care IT, how to manage a multigenerational workforce and much more!