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March 2017 Accounting & Auditing Channel

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Top Social Media A&A Posts


Latest A&A News:

  • SEC Proposes Inline XBRL Filing of Tagged Data. The Securities and Exchange Commission has voted to propose amendments intended to improve the quality and accessibility of data submitted by public companies and mutual funds using eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL).
  • AICPA Proposes New Guidelines for Allocating Expenses for Exempt Orgs. The AICPA has submitted proposed guidelines to the IRS about how to address the allocation of unrelated business income expenses of tax-exempt organizations for dual use facilities and/or personnel.
  • Making Sense of Travel and Expense Management in 2017.  A recent survey of more than 600 CFOs and accounting professionals conducted by my firm, Certify, found 46 percent of businesses today are using some form of a paper- and spreadsheet-based manual process for employee expense reporting and reimbursement.
  • PwC Faces Fall-Out from Oscar Night Flub. Confusion reigned at the Academy Motion Picture Art and Sciences awards on Sunday night as Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, the duo who appeared together in the iconic film, “Bonnie and Clyde” 50 years ago, initially announced the winner of the Best Picture as “La La Land,” only to backtrack minutes later. “Moonlight” was then announced as the actual winner.


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March 2017 Payroll Channel

Top Payroll Social Media Posts Employers: Follow your processes to avoid FMLA liability – Lexology: Focus on the FMLA Part III – JDSupra Business Advisor: 5 Benefits of Using HR Software – Oxgadgets blog: The Rise of the Chief Learning Officer in the War for Talent – Bloomberg BNA HR blog: […]


March 2017 Tax Channel

Top Tax Social Media Posts: Your Guide to Claiming the R&D Tax Credit – Construction and Sales Tax – Wolters Kluwer blog: How Does Your Tax Refund Compare? – Kelly Phillips Erb TaxGirl blog: How to Handle Gambling Wins and Losses This Tax Season – TheStreet blog: How High […]