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Keeping Your Balance: Sky is the limit with cloud-based accounting


The beginning of the year is the best time for businesses to cleanly make any changes, such as policy, service providers, and especially accounting systems. Over the past several years, more and more small to medium-size businesses have been making ...

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Keeping Your Balance: Is your strategic plan supported by your information systems?


The decision-making that flows from your strategic planning is only as good as the information upon which it is based. Managers work hard to develop systems for accounting and financial reporting that are compared to the key performance indicators of ...

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Tax preparers ready for IRS competency test

The Internal Review Service has ended the “calibration phase” of its new test for tax preparers to become an IRS certified Registered Tax Return Preparer. The IRS now requires all tax preparers who are not attorneys, certified public accountants or ...

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Bonadio Group reports clean audit

The Bonadio Group has received a clean audit report from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, a nonprofit corporation established by Congress to oversee the audits of public companies. The PCAOB conducts regular, periodic inspections of hundreds of its registered ...

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The Bonadio Group forms new practice

The Bonadio Group, a provider of accounting, consulting, and financial services — and a Top 100 accounting firm nationwide — has formed a new practice dedicated to serving the accounting and auditing needs of the financial institutions industry, including banks, credit unions ...

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Free tax assistance for military families

In support of our local troops, Mengel, Metzger, Barr & Co., a locally owned accounting firm, will offer free tax consultation, assistance and preparation to families of active-duty military personnel who were deployed during 2010.

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Accountants fret over rise in New York audits

Pay no attention to those 189 additional auditors behind the curtain. That’s the word from the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, which dismisses suggestions from regional accounting experts ...

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New CPAs tackle big business

Fraudulent activity and new educational requirements have rippled through the accounting industry, leaving recruiting officers welcoming in a new breed of accountants who they say are more diligent and better prepared.

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