Month: November 2012

Compilations Redefined

Proposed changes in compilations redefined review standards and accompanying proposed changes in AICPA ethics rules will more effectively define the CPA’s responsibilities regarding client financial statements. In a set of proposed Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARS) issued June 29, compilations redefined previously presumed to incorporate the preparation of financial statements, is redefined as …

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Accountant in Miami finds IRS Not Always Following Procedures

GUSTAVO A VIERA CPA, an Accountant in Miami has found that evidence was sometimes not available to support increasing IRS assessments against business taxpayers that have not filed required returns. In addition, in some instances, the taxpayers were not provided sufficient time to respond to proposed assessments, according to Accountant in Miami, Gustavo A Viera. The …

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Miami CPA Firm to Keep Yourself and Your Clients Out of Jail

A Miami CPA Firm may sometimes be the first people contacted when their clients are faced with an actual or possible criminal tax examination. To safeguard the client, along with defending against personal exposure, a Miami CPA Firm must know in advance what legal and ethical considerations are at issue. Under usual circumstances, Miami CPA Firm offer …

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