Month: October 2021

Congressional Democrats began a new round of haggling on President Joe Biden’s $1.75 trillion spending framework as they worked to fill in details and deal with last-minute attempts to restore priorities that had been left out. With Biden on his way to European summit meetings, House Democrats Thursday released a rough draft of legislation to
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The American Institute of CPAs announced the 30 graduates of its 2021 AICPA Leadership Academy, held virtually this year from Oct. 25-28. The AICPA Leadership Academy offers young CPAs a hands-on learning workshop with topics ranging from leadership training to professional networking. This year’s featured speakers included William (Bill) Pirolli, chairman of the American Institute
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Here’s the dilemma for business owners: the business is growing and you’d like to invest some of the profits back into it. But, you’ve been working long hours and need to earn money. Where’s the balance? As a business owner, how should you pay yourself? And how much? How do Small Business Owners Pay Themselves?
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In this article CFX thianchai sitthikongsak | Moment | Getty Images Company: Colfax Corp. (CFX) Business: Colfax is a global diversified technology company. The company operates in two segments: (i) Fabrication Technology: consumable products and equipment, including cutting, joining, and automated welding products, as well as gas control equipment; and (ii) Medical Technology: medical device
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President Joe Biden on Oct. 29, 2021 in Rome, Italy. Antonio Masiello | Getty Images News | Getty Images A $1.75 trillion social and climate spending framework Democrats unveiled Thursday would reform the health-care market in several ways, expanding access and reducing costs for millions of Americans. Chiefly, the proposal would expand subsidies available for
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Sax, Parsippany, gave its fourth annual Founders’ Award to Fighting Children’s Cancer Foundation, awarding the nonprofit a $15,000 unrestricted gift for best embodying this year’s theme of “Imagination.” Nearly 150 nonprofits submitted videos for their chance to win the award. (Read the full story.) The New Jersey Society of CPAs, Roseland, expanded its accounting scholarship
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Becker Professional Education is hoping to expand the number of accountants and CPA Exam takers as the profession has suffered a decline in recent years. The company, which provides CPA Exam training materials and continuing professional education courses, is trying to reverse recent declines in CPA numbers and bring more young people into the profession.
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In this article AAPL Halfway through third-quarter earnings season, and there are two key catalysts:  Demand is strong. Cost inflation and supply-chain issues are the main headwind, but companies are learning to navigate through them.  In some cases, supply chain disruption has taken a serious toll. Apple CEO Tim Cook said supply chain issues had cost
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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has added a new section to its COVID-19 guidance, related to religious objections to vaccine mandates. “Hallelujah!” I am happy (OK, relieved) to say that the latest addition to the EEOC guidance is consistent with my meditation on this subject from back in early September. The EEOC guidance is also
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The recent agreement on a global minimum tax and other changes to tax rules around the world have called into question the future of tax competition. It is difficult to anticipate how tax competition will ultimately be impacted by these changes, although I seriously doubt that the usefulness of Tax Foundation’s International Tax Competitiveness Index
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