New AICPA Titles

BY JOURNAL

The Institute shelves are brimming with new titles. The publications include everything from accounting and auditing guides to books on practice management and consulting. Below is a sampling of the newest publications in stock. The order number for each title is followed by the member price. Nonmember prices are usually higher, and all prices are subject to change. To order any AICPA publication, call 888-777-7077.

General interest titles

  • Solving the Year 2000 Dilemma , 2d ed. (093013JA, $32.50).
  • The Marketing Advantage II: New Ideas on Getting and Keeping Clients (090437JA, $34.95).
  • A CPAs Guide to High-Risk Investment Strategies (090447JA, $36).
  • Selected Questions and Unofficial Answers to the CPA Exam (079253JA, $79).

Accounting & auditing publications

  • SAS No. 87: Restricting the Use of an Auditors Report (060689JA, $11.50).
  • AICPA Professional Standards (005018JA, $95).
  • AICPA Technical Practice Aids (005058JA, $69).
  • AICPA Audit and Accounting Manual (007259JA, $69).
  • Investment Companies , an audit and accounting guide (012362JA, $32.50).
  • Analytical Procedures , an auditing procedures study (021069JA, $28.50).
  • Auditing Recipients of Federal Awards: Practical Guidance for Applying OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations , a practice aid (008730JA, $45).
  • Preparing and Reporting on Cash- and Tax-Basis Financial Statements , a practice aid (006701JA, $45).

Checklists and illustrative financial statements

  • Common Interest Realty Associations (008714JA, $27).
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plans (008720JA, $27).
  • Defined Contribution Pension Plans (008735JA, $27).
  • Health and Welfare Benefit Plans (008721JA, $27).
  • Not-for-Profit Organizations (008723JA, $27).
  • State and Local Governments (008707JA, $27).

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