Monthly Archives: July 2017
When issued in its final form, the 2017 Yellow Book ED will supersede the current Yellow Book. One of the areas that this new version proposes to make changes is the addition of auditor responsibilities related to waste. Read more for an overview of what this will mean for auditors.
The latest version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) was unveiled on July 13, 2017. Among other items, it retains Obamacare taxes on the wealthy. Read more on this and how other elements of the bill could impact your clients.
Treasury recently identified eight regs to be rescinded or modified. The undertaking is quite an anomaly, akin to the scarcity of the unassisted triple play. Read more on the eight regulations in question.
Passwords are an integral form of security for computers, and users are constantly urged to create a strong password to protect against cybersecurity threats. But what qualifies as a strong password? Find out what the ancient engineering of manhole covers can teach us about strong passwords!
Seasoned audit manager and Surgent CPE instructor Jen Louis, CPA makes learning Accounting & Auditing fun with creative teaching concepts. Watch this video to meet Jen, and find out how!
(Video) American Institute of Certified Tax Planners President Dominique Molina: Even Tax Geeks Get Creative
Surgent CPE instructor Dominique Molina, CPA, CTC says her love of numbers began at age 8, when she started balancing her parents’ checkbook. Watch this video for why the co-founder and president of the American Institute of Certified Tax Planners is proud to be labeled a “tax geek,” and says that even tax geeks can get creative!