Monthly Archives: March 2010

A little more than two weeks and counting…

Tired and seeking that second breath…or is it the third?  I have worked in public practice my entire career, which may lead one to say that I am the stereotypical CPA that many envision.  When people come to me in public … Continue reading

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Sorting Out Health Care Reform Legislation

Last Sunday night I was in Atlanta preparing for the Winter Meeting of Council of the AICPA.  Of course my curiosity lead me to watch the historic vote in the House of Representatives passing the health care reform bill and sending … Continue reading

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One More Corporate Tax Season Bites the Dust

March 16th is one of my favorite days of the year. Corporate tax season bit the dust yesterday. 2009 C Corp and S Corp December 21 31 year end returns are either history or extended. How do so many prior … Continue reading

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Crying for a flat tax?

About this time of year, we will hear cries for a flat tax.  Those on the outside looking in can be quick to suggest that the current tax system be thrown out and a simple, (supposedly) fair and flat tax … Continue reading

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Bean Counters Unite

Bean Counters… What a name for such an august group of “paper pushers”. . .not “bean” pushers.  When confusion with the English language clouds my gray matter, I always find clarity in the pages of Wikipedia:  1. bean counter (noun) … Continue reading

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