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MICPA Staff Take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Peggy Dzierzawski, MICPA President and CEO, along with the MICPA staff accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Ralph Thomas of the New Jersey Society of CPAs. The staff gathered on Monday, August 25 to donate money to the cause (and dump ice...
Governor Rick Snyder receives AICPA Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Award
Washington, D.C. (Aug. 11, 2014) РThe American Institute of CPAs  (AICPA) is pleased to announce that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, CPA, is the recipient of the Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Award: State Level. Bill Balhoff, CPA,...
House Committee Passes Measure Giving Disabled Tax-Free Savings Accounts
The House Ways and Means Committee easily cleared a measure that allows people with disabilities to have tax-free savings accounts. Republicans and Democrats widely back the legislation, with roughly 380 House members signed on and 75 Senate...
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Nimble Thinking Takes the Lead
If any CFO sat down at the beginning of each of the past six years and tried to predict what the economic landscape would look like at the end of that year, he or she probably would have missed the mark every time. The past few years have seen...
Deadline Approaches for Participation in the 2014 National MAP Survey
Firms and sole practitioners across the U.S. rely on the benchmarking capabilities of the AICPA PCPS/TSCPA National Management of an Accounting Practice Survey to help predict future growth, determine succession plans and compare their progress...
AICPA Files Suit Challenging "Voluntary" Program for Tax Return Preparers
In the wake of court decisions that prevented the IRS from implementing a mandatory registration program for unenrolled tax preparers, the IRS released a rule (Revenue Procedure) to implement an Annual Filing Season Program. The rule allows...
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13 States that Boosted Minimum Wage are Creating Jobs at a Faster Pace
Maybe a higher minimum wage isn't so bad for job growth after all. The 13 U.S. states that raised their minimum wages at the beginning of this year are adding jobs at a faster pace than those that did not, providing some counter-intuitive fuel...

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