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reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Fred Prouser Producer Peter Chernin, chairman and chief executive of The Chernin Group, poses at the premiere of his new film ''Oblivion'' in Hollywood April 10, 2013. Satellite operator DirecTV and cable operator Time Warner Cable Inc also put in bids, one of the people told Reuters.
accountingtoday.com — What's the Biggest Threat or Challenge Facing Accountants? Attendees at Accounting Today's Meet the Editors Dinner at Keens Steakhouse in New York discuss the top issues that accountants are confronting today.
accountingtoday.com — The American Institute of CPAs has expressed its support for the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act, which would establish government-wide financial data standards for federal funds. The AICPA commended the sponsors of the bill for including a requirement for the use of a data standard like Extensible Business Reporting Language, or XBRL, to tag financial data.
accountingtoday.com — KPMG partnered with the career-themed academy network the National Academy Foundation and human resource-development organization Ceridian to provide career planning skills to Staten Island students at the Susan E. Wagner High School Academy of Finance May 1. The visit included tips on resume writing, interviewing skills and dressing for success.
accountingtoday.com — The Internal Revenue Service issued a reminder Thursday to U.S. citizens and resident aliens, in addition to dual citizens, that their tax-filing deadline is approaching. The warning included those with dual citizenship who have lived or worked abroad during all or part of 2012. The IRS said they may have a U.S.
accountingtoday.com — What do the Senate hearings on offshore profit shifting and a Supreme Court case decided on May 20, 2013 have in common? They both are generated by our system of taxing U.S. companies on their worldwide income, and they both are the result of the companies meeting their obligations to their shareholders, which is to legally minimize the amount of taxes they pay.
accountingtoday.com — A pair of senators have introduced a bipartisan bill that would suspend federal employees if they willfully neglect to pay their taxes. Senators Tom Coburn, R-Okla., and Mark Pryor, D-Ark., introduced the bill Thursday, which would prohibit the federal government from employing those with seriously delinquent tax debts.
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