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What Happens if Your Tax Return is Lost in the Mail?

Imagine this scenario: the calendar says it’s April 15th, and you realize that you can’t avoid filing your federal tax returns any longer.

Overcoming Bias to Deliver Accurate Data Analytic Insights

As organizations implement processes that harness the power of analytical tools to extract insight from their data, it’s imperative that best practices

New features for enhanced password protection in Azure Active Directory

In a previous Our Thoughts on Article, we described a threat to organizations known as password spraying, in which an attacker attempts to login to all

2018 Manufacturing Statistics and Results

IBISWorld and the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) provide industry trends and statistics periodically. Shown below are some key statistics for the

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Fraud Report Statistics from the Data Book 2018

Fraud Report Statistics from the Data Book 2018 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released the “Consumer Sentinel Network: Data Book 2018”

Fostering Emotional Intelligence in Accounting Firms

A recent Journal of Accounting Marketing and Sales “Growth Strategies” contained an interesting article about understanding emotional intelligence

Application to Receive Funding for On-Road and Class 8 Fleet Vehicle Projects in Pennsylvania Now Available!

As you know from our previous articles (Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund), Volkswagen is obligated to fund various environmental trusts for

New Revenue Recognition Standard Will Impact Auto Dealers

In May 2014, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued accounting standard update (ASU) 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, intended

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California First to Require IoT Security

The majority of cyber-attacks are not targeted, rather they are opportunistic, using automated phishing and vulnerability scans. Attackers usually identify

Asset Transactions vs. Stock Transactions

Asset transactions and stock transactions are the two most common types of transaction structures when purchasing or selling a business. Asset transactions

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