Accountantsworld Daily New AccountantsWorld Daily News
  Today's Edition
COMMUNITY
SUBSCRIBE
FORWARD
ARCHIVES
PERSONALIZE
ADVERTISE
TOP STORY
Sponsored by
IRS Audits Less than 1% of Big-business Partnerships
(USA Today) - The Internal Revenue Service audits just 0.8% of large partnerships, according to a new government report drawing bipartisan attention from Congress.
ADVERTISEMENT
MORE HEADLINES
Myths and Inconvenient Truths about Audit Sampling
(CPA Journal) - Audit sampling, like any powerful tool, is of great value when used properly but of great potential harm when used improperly. The auditing standards provided by the AICPA, PCAOB, and International Auditing and Assurance Board (IAASB) provide scant guidance about audit sampling.
How Businesses Can Get Office For iPad On The Cheap
(Business Insider) - There's a lot to like about Microsoft Office for iPad but users have one big gripe about it: the price. The only way to get it is to have a subscription to Microsoft's paid cloud Office app, Office 365.
The Fluctuating Math Errors in Americans’ Tax Returns
(FiveThirtyEight) - It’s unsurprising that some Americans make mistakes on their taxes; the 1040 form (the primary tax form) has 77 line items, as well as a 189-page appendix of instructions. But Internal Revenue Service data shows that math mistakes — potentially an indication of how confusing that form is — have changed a lot over time.
IRS Misses XP Deadline, Will Spend $30M to Upgrade Remaining PCs
Computerworld - The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) acknowledged last week that it missed the April 8 cut-off for Windows XP support and will be paying Microsoft for an extra year of security patches.
Did You Know?...
Click here for your Personalized State, Health, Travel,
Sports, Entertainment, Science and World News.
?
TEST YOUR TAX & ACCOUNTING KNOWLEDGE
IRS and IRA Rollovers - Click here to answer
PODCASTS
Accountants World Weekly Tax Podcast:
THE ACCOUNTANTSWORLD PORTAL
Join the largest free community for CPA's and Accountants:
e-BREAKS
Off the Books Cartoon - Click to enlarge