Sponsored reports from the Journal of Accountancy
Throughout the year, the Journal of Accountancy publishes sponsored reports that offer readers a deep dive on a specific topic. Download the report today or check back in during the publishing month to stay updated. To advertise in these lead generation reports, email email@example.com.
March: Changes ahead
Sponsored by Thomson Reuters and Blackline
Accountants and auditors are being challenged by a flood of important new standards and requirements. Learn how to prepare for some of the biggest issues CPAs are facing this year in this sponsored report.
Sponsored by Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg BNA, Bloomberg BNA // Software and Wolters Kluwer
Now that tax season is over, pause for some introspection to guarantee that next year’s busy season is even better. Bonus: “Dirty dozen” scams list to share with your clients.
June: State and local taxes
Sponsored by Avalara, Bloomberg BNA // Software and Vertex SMB
Sales and use tax compliance has been complicated by nexus expansion. In this report, we provide an overview of this issue and include a handy state-by-state summary of click-through nexus or notification requirements.
Sponsored by AccountantsWorld, Certify, Office Tools and Sage Accountant Solutions
This report answers common questions CPAs may have as they consider making the transition. Also includes a list of questions you should ask a cloud vendor.
September: Time to prepare for overtime changes
Sponsored by AccountantsWorld, ADP, Paychex and Zenefits
Millions of workers will be eligible for overtime pay effective Dec. 1, 2016. As an employer, trusted business adviser, or HR professional, you will need to be aware of exemption guidance, record requirements, advice for clients, and typical problems in applying overtime pay.
Practitioners need to consider several tax planning opportunities to review with their clients before the end of the year. In this independent report, we discuss strategies for individuals and businesses, as well as recent federal tax law changes affecting this year’s tax returns.