Netsuite

Empowering financial services firms to reach beyond the limitations of quickbooks.

NetSuite believes in the power of an integrated suite of functionality that spans the whole of the business, linking both the back and front offices together.

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New Concur tool tracks travel, creates line item expense

Smart Drive integrates with the company’s mobile app for automatic mileage reimbursement.

Helping small business clients set up the right structure:

CorpNet CEO Nellie Akalp discusses how accountants can advise their business clients on the proper entity to use for legal and tax purposes.

Estate planning deconstructed

  • How to manage wealth after death in light of President Trump’s proposed reforms.
  • Juicy deductions that come with owning a car and a smart portfolio trick to consider during this year’s monster bull market.
  • Last-minute tax strategies before Dec. 31.
  • Overview of prevalent tax scams.
  • Highlights from tax bloggers.
  • Improved client service and collaboration via technology.
  • Clients expectations from tax professionals and partners.
  • What advisers need to know about employing caregivers due to legislative and regulatory changes, according to experts.

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Tax Strategy Scan

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In the face of fierce competition, regulatory reform and evolving customer needs, financial services firms are under increased pressure to adapt to the rapidly changing business landscape and improve visibility and compliance while controlling costs.

Don’t let siloed applications hinder your business. Financial services companies are adopting a suite approach to software.

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Jeffrey B. Travis
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AICPA Online Revenue Recognition Guide

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The American Institute of CPAs Online Revenue Recognition Guide

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The American Institute of CPAs

The American Institute of CPAs issued its first Audit & Accounting Guide on Revenue Recognition. The AICPA published this because of changes in accounting standards for revenue recognition for publicly held companies for annual reporting periods.