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5/18/2018

Paying off debt in retirement can seem challenging, but it is possible with proper planning. Here are seven steps for managing obligations, starting with reviewing your accounts.

5/18/2018

Data based on professional liability claims for 2017 can help CPA firms evaluate and address their risks.

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CPA
5/18/2018

The Internal Revenue Service has issued new procedures for contributions to charitable organizations, including rules for when donors can rely on information about an organization's tax-exempt status on the IRS database Tax Exempt Organization Search, which has replaced the print version of the list, IRS Publication 78, Cumulative List of Organizations Described in § 170(c).

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Internal Revenue Service
5/18/2018

Leaders should consider whether achieving their goals depends on the actions of other people. Open communication with key stakeholders is crucial to ensure team members understand the value of a particular objective.

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Inc. online
5/18/2018

Microsoft is rolling out two new data types and a new function to Excel. Learn more about the coming attractions.

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Financial Management
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Microsoft
5/18/2018

Business owners often oversee a wide variety of tasks, and using Google Docs effectively can help. Here are six ways to make the most of this tool.

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Inc. online
5/18/2018

Many women prefer working with female financial advisers, yet female advisers represent a little over 15% of the industry. DivaCFO co-founder Susan Bruno, CPA/PFS, provides steps we can take to fill the gap.

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Susan Bruno
5/18/2018

US household debt rose 0.5% in the first quarter to reach $13.21 trillion, fueled by an increase in mortgage balances, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Mortgage balances increased by $57 billion.

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New York Federal Reserve
5/18/2018

Bensley was CFO of Acosta.

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CFO
5/18/2018

A 93-year-old man has achieved his first hole-in-one after 65 years of golfing. Ben Bender cut the round short and gave up golf for good after acing the third hole at Green Valley Golf Course in Ohio.