The CPA Journal

The CPA Journal is a monthly refereed accounting journal. It has been published by the New York State Society of CPAs since 1930.Subjects for The CPA Journal inlcude accountants and accounting. Carolyn Morrisroe is the managing editor and Anthony H. Sarmiento is a contributing editor.

Articles from Vol. 87, No. 5, May

Advising Individuals with Chronic Illnesses
Chronic illness is far more common than most people realize; 130 million Americans live with some form of long-term malady. More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease (which accounts for approximately 70% of dementias in Americans age 71...
Forté Capital's Selected Statistics
Producer Price IndexThe producer price index (PPI) for final demand fell 0.1% in March, and it is up 3.3% annualized. The weakness in March can be attributed to energy, which dropped 2.9%; specifically, gasoline was down 8.3%. Excluding food and energy,...
Humans versus ROBOTS
There is much discussion in the financial planning world about the disruptive impact of technological advances on the industry, particularly the possibility of the "robo-advisor" supplanting the human advisor as individuals' primary source of financial...
Navigating Municipal Bankruptcy
Historically, bankruptcy of governmental units has been rare, but in recent years large municipal units such as Detroit, Mich., Jefferson County, Ala., San Bernardino, Calif., and Stockton, Calif., have all filed and successfully exited from Chapter...
Retaining a Fiduciary Investment Advisor
Whether or not the government enacts the Department of Labor (DOL) fiduciary rule requiring retirement plan advisors to act in the employer's best interest, employers must be able to rely on their 401(k) plan service provider and the investment fund...
State and Local Tax Roundup of Current Developments
CPAs need to be aware of current developments in key states in order to properly advise companies doing business in multiple jurisdictions. This article will examine recent tax developments in California, Ohio, and Tennessee.California Rules in Favor...
Vacation Vouchers and Other Benefits as Incentives
Consider the following scenario: a taxpayer enthusiastically informs his CPA that his old family car was donated. Upon further inquiry, the CPA is satisfied that the car was donated to a not-for-profit organization designated under Internal Revenue Code...
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