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The Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board staff has released a technical bulletin in an effort to clarify the loss allowance standards for accounts receivable and related recognition standards and reporting. Technical Bulletin (TB) 2020-1, Loss Allowance for Intragovernmental Receivables, clarifies that the recognition of losses, provided in paragraphs 40-52 of SFFAS 1, Accounting for Selected
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An interview with venture capitalist and founder of Baseline ventures, Steve Anderson. In this interview, Steve discusses his unique approach to venture capital and creating Baseline Ventures. Steve also talks about the benefits of being a contrarian and the value of education. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great
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A group of Democrats in the House and Senate has introduced legislation that would require large multinational corporations to provide country-by-country financial reports indicating whether they are using offshore tax havens. The Disclosure of Tax Havens and Offshoring Act would require the Securities and Exchange Commission to mandate public disclosure of country-by-country reports of their
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As the energy industry faces a time of reckoning — pressured by consistently low oil prices, high operating costs and a growing sustainable investing movement — oil and gas companies are increasingly turning to Silicon Valley for help streamlining operations and boosting efficiencies. By some estimates, the addressable market for digital oil and gas solutions
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Notice a smaller refund last year? You’re not alone. The average tax refund dropped by about 2%, according to the IRS. The upside? More people got them. About 95.7 million refunds were issued, a small increase from the 95.4 million released the year prior. Even a slightly smaller refund  left the average taxpayer with $2,725.  So, how are millennials spending
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GBQ Partners LLC, a firm based in Columbus, Ohio, has added Weber Clark Ltd., a firm in Toledo. Weber Clark was founded in 1980 and the merger will extend its footprint to Toledo. “GBQ is excited to expand in Toledo and welcome the staff and clients of Weber Clark,” said GBQ managing director Darci Congrove
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If you want to improve your financial know-how, there are plenty of opportunities to do so. From short online tutorials to extensive in-person bootcamps, the number of “Money 101” classes has ballooned since the Great Recession. And yet, when it comes to financial literacy, Americans are still falling far short. According to a survey by
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Millennials versus baby boomers (and vice versa): It seems like a feud of stereotypes destined to live in infamy for ages. Many of the classics — pervading opinions like “Millennials are entitled and lazy” and “Boomers won’t ever catch up with modern technology” — have already been debunked by psychiatrists and psychologists who specialize in
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My company sells five different customer relationship management applications, and we currently serve about 600 clients using these applications. I’ve gotten pretty good at being able to identify prospective clients that have a good chance of success. So can you guess my reaction when a CPA firm approaches me about a potential CRM solution? It’s
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An interview with billionaire investor and founder of Duquesne Capital, Stanley Druckenmiller. In this interview, Stanley discusses how he invests in multiple markets and describes the indicators he uses to analyse markets. Stanley also talks about the use of algorithms, Populism and China. 📚 Books on Stanley Druckenmiller’s investing technique are located at the bottom
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A recent report on tax revenue sources shows the extent to which OECD countries rely on different tax types. Today’s map looks at the corporate income tax, which, compared to individual taxes, social insurance taxes, and consumption taxes, generates a relatively small share of tax revenue in Europe. In 2018—the most recent year for which
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Warren Buffett David A. Grogan | CNBC Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett on Saturday will publish his much-awaited shareholder letter. The annual missives, which are logged here on Berkshire’s website going back to 1977, are considered required reading for investors large and small. And this year, investors will be especially interested to know whether Berkshire has
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