Monthly Archives: December 2010

Past Presidents

In less than a week, I will technically become a “Past President” of SCACPA…what an honor!  My black and white photo was added to the “wall” in the SCACPA office last year and Tim Baker’s photo will now be the … Continue reading

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Inventory Observations

Inventory observations!  Aren’t they fun?  One aspect of this profession has changed little.  And that is an audit procedure at (or near) year end.  CPAs around South Carolina will be testing inventory counts from the Upstate to the Low Country, … Continue reading

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International Tax

As my year for blogging draws to a close, I am reminded that my daughter told me that I was too technical with my blogs. So I have tried to remain somewhat generic and less technical. But I must confess … Continue reading

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Mommas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be……

While I am not much into music, I do recall a country western song that warned mothers not to let their babies grow up to be cowboys.  Other than that one line, I honestly do not recall the reason why … Continue reading

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Thermometer or Thermostat

As the year draws to a close, most accountants are surely giving some level of thought and planning to the New Year – from an accounting perspective.  We, as a profession, have proven for centuries to be fairly good at … Continue reading

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