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 complimentary to all TSCPA members and features a self-study exam offering convenient CPE.
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May/June 2020 Tennessee CPA Journal
In this issue: Navigating Individual Tax Compliance Through a Natural Disaster: How to Recover and Prepare for the Future; The Cares Act Injects Economic Relief to Small Business Owners; Changes in Income Tax Reporting Resulting from COVID-19; Are You an Authentic CPA? Responding to COVID-19 with Remote Access? Pay Attention to Security! Disclosures of Risks and Uncertainties; Can Your Company Benefit from the Workplace Changes You've Made Because of COVID-19? and much more!
March/April 2020 Tennessee CPA Journal
This issue contains the following articles: - Mind the Gap: Examining the Gap Between Accounting Academics and Practitioners - Financial and Estate Planning Under the Secure Act - A CPAs Guide to the Internet of Things - TSCPAs State Tax Committee Liaison Report - TSCPAs Federal Tax Committee Liaison Report - And more!
January/February 2020 Tennessee CPA Journal
This issue contains the following articles: Wayfair Postmortem: Unintended Consequences in the Merger and Acquisition Context Documentation Tips for Tax Season SEC Proposed Disclosure REquirement on Human Capital Management: A Step in the Right Direction? 'Tis the Season: Coping with the Busy Season in U.S. Public Accounting Firms Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Tax Returns Improving the Budget Process for Your Business An Aid to Implementing New Financial Reporting Standards One is the Loneliest Number The Proliferation of Ransomware and What You Can Do About It
November/December 2019 Tennessee CPA Journal
This issue contains the following feature articles: 2020 is Fast Approaching: Do You Know Where Your Marketing Strategy Is?; TSCPA's Tools of the Trade: CPE Tracker; How to Avoid Common Peer Review Deficiencies; Accounting Update: Amortization of Goodwill in Not-for-Profit Organizations
The September/October 2019 issue of the Tennessee CPA Journal is now available online. In this issue: Supreme Court Rules on Kaestner Decision could Create New Opportunities to Save State Taxes; How to Take the Sting Out of Failure and Dramatically Improve Team Performance; VITA Programs on a College Campus; TSCPA Federal Tax Committee Update; TSCPA State Tax Committee Update; Accounting for Income Taxes: Help is on the Way!; Change Management - Building the Case for Organizational Change; Maximizing Your ROI in Office 365; AICPA, NASBA Take on CPA Evolution Project; State Legislature Holds Special Session; TSCPA Announces 2019 Scholarship Winners; Young CPA Leadership Program Kicks Off; and much more!
The July/August issue of the Tennessee CPA Journal is now available online. In this issue: TSCPA Elects New Board of Directors; Double Your Profit; Incorporating Emotional Intelligence as a Risk Factor for Auditors and anti-Fraud Professionals; Staying Out of Trouble: What's Your Ethics and Board Rules Awareness?; Auditing in the UK: Forerunner for the US?; ASU 2016-17: Simplification for Equity Method Reporters; TCJA: Observations and Planning Implications for the New Kiddie Tax Rules; and much more!
This issue contains the following feature articles: “Investing in Qualified Opportunity Funds” “Data Privacy Compliances Comes to the U.S.” “Caring for Elderly Clients: Pension Swapping?”
This issue contains the following feature articles: The Tax Preparer's Role in Virtual Currency; Understanding the New Standard: Current Expected Credit Losses; The Health Savings Account: A Retirement Multi-Tool; The IRS' Latest Collection Tool: Your Client's Passport; Protecting Your Firm from Phishing Attacks
This issue contains the following feature articles: Dinner and a Movie? IRS Issues Notice Regarding Meal Expenses; A Nudge: Changing Employee Behavior to Reduce Workplace Fraud and Error TNTAP Tips and Updates Environmental and Social Disclosures: Can Accountants Add Value? Key Ratios for Charitable Organization Audits
This issue contains the following feature articles: Should Accounting Firms Arbitrate Employment Disputes?; Procurement Requirements Now Effective for the Uniform Guidance; News Update from the Tennessee Comptroller; An Introduction to the 199A Deduction. The November/December issue of the Tennessee CPA Journal is now available online.