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The Home Office Deduction: Nothing Personal But Exclusive Use Means Exclusive Use!

While it is a common practice for sole proprietors to run their business out of a
February 16, 2011
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  • Aronson

DCAA Takes More Scrutiny from Congress as Incurred Cost Audit Backlog Increases

Congressional scrutiny of the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) continues.  For the last two+ years Congress and

Should We Accrue Sabbatical Leave?

Vested rights are those that accumulate over time as earned but not yet used and are
February 10, 2011

UPDATE: GSA Advantage! Gets Renovated, Massive Catalog Backlogs Ensue

UPDATE (02/08/11): GSA has issued a statement via its Vendor Support Center that the recent GSA
February 8, 2011
By:
  • Aronson

GSA Management Services Center Makes eMod System Mandatory

GSA’s Management Services Center (MSC) in Auburn, WA, which manages the MOBIS, PES, LOGWORLD, Language Services, Environmental
February 8, 2011
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  • Aronson

Getting Serious About Financial Management

If money is the fuel that allows nonprofits to accomplish their mission, then financial statements (especially
February 7, 2011

Capital Leases – Wait! You Might Not Need to Capitalize That Copier

If the lease meets one of the qualifications of a capital lease you record it as
February 4, 2011
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  • Aronson

Revenue Recognition – Milestone Method

Does your business provide research and development services using a milestone arrangement? The new FASB standards

Fraud and Corruption Hit Global Fund

One of the biggest global funds has been hit hard with corruption, the Associated Press is
January 31, 2011

The Benefit of Admitting Errors Publicly

On January 14, a new website was launched in order to provide a platform through which
January 28, 2011