Magazine article The CPA Journal

Craig, Carmichael, Guy Win 2000 Max Block Award

Magazine article The CPA Journal

Craig, Carmichael, Guy Win 2000 Max Block Award

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James L. Craig, Jr., Douglas R. Carmichael, and Dan M. Guy have won the 2000 Max Block Distinguished Article Award, which each year recognizes the most outstanding work published by The CPA journal. The award-winning article, "Are International Auditing Standards Ready to Replace U.S. GAAS?," appeared in the June 2000 issue.

The award was announced and presented to the authors at the May 8 New York State Society of CPAs' Annual Election Meeting and Dinner. James L. Craig, Jr., was Editor-in-Chief of The CPA journal for 11 years, a position he left in May 2000. Douglas R. Carmichael is the Wollman Distinguished Professor of Accountancy at the Stan Ross Department of Accountancy of the Zicklin School of Business at Bernard M. Baruch College. Dan M. Guy is a former vice president of the AICPA and serves as a consultant and author on professional issues from his home in Santa Fe, N.M.

Honorable mention in the field of taxation was awarded to "Creditor's Rights: Tax-Qualified Plans and IRAs," by Mark P Altieri and Richard A. …

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