more-arw search

Topics

Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Staff Accountant) The first job I took out of college and still hold is with a CPA firm in the tax department. 2 years in I realize I really don't like the overtime, constant condescension, and that taxes aren't what I want to do for the rest of my life. I have been applying like crazy to...
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Director) Good day friends, I need some high level guidance with the following situation A private company C Corp was purchased by a PE backed firm. The PE firm fund and management form the following companies New LLC company 1, it will serve as platform for governance New LLC...
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Controller) We had a large hail storm where I work that caused damage to the roof of our building, some HVAC equipment and our maintenance shop. We received the insurance check and now I'm trying to figure out how to record it. I know the check is just recorded as a gain, but what I...
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Internal Audit Manager) Hello, I want to set up some trainings for the accounting department I work in. The CFO and myself are the only two CPA's, so we want to put on basic accounting classes for the group. We are not looking to distribute any CPE's, but rather take a simple topic (such as new...
Member's Profile
Cristina De Franco
Title: Owner
Company: Global Sur Financial
(Owner at Global Sur Financial) I am setting up my books for the first time, and I'm super thrilled to do so, but I have so many questions. 1. Bad Debt or fix invoice amount How do I enter in QBO the fact that a client underpay me for tax services? Looks like I'm not suppose to have a bad debt account,...
Member's Profile
Kathleen Reardon
Title: Controller
Company: South Shore YMCA
(Controller at South Shore YMCA) Hi- does anyone know where to find specific guidance on fund-raising events such as 5K races where they pay for the ticket to enroll and may or may not have food provided afterward... we have always counted as a donation but there is some in disagreement and we want to...
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Accountant) If a company shares expenses with its subsidiary, e.g. rental, electricity and water fee. The Parent company pays all these fees and need to recharge to its subsidiary. Which is the most suitable way to account for these expenses and the principles behind? 1. Parent Company...
Member's Profile
Wende Mutschler
Title: President
Company: Basic Bookkeeping Inc
(President at Basic Bookkeeping Inc)
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Owner) I am a co-owner of an LLC. I purchased a laptop computer with my personal credit card a few days ago, but since have decided that I want to only use it for my business. I have another laptop that I will continue to use for my personal needs. Can my company purchase the...
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Marketing) I see all the lists of CPA's divided by state, but it is hard to tell which certifications are the most recent. Is there a way to get a list of all the CPA's who have passed the last CPA test or the ones within the last year?
Member's Profile
Gareth Powell
Title: Project Accountant 2
Company: Wood
(Project Accountant 2 at Wood) Hi All, I am a Project Accountant for a large oil and gas corporation in the US. I am moving to the UK permanently in the next few years (family reasons). However, does anyone know if my experience in Project Accounting will be relevant to UK accounting departments, i.e...
Member's Profile
Mike Richardson
Title: Campaign Manager
Company: Legerity
(Campaign Manager at Legerity)
Marina Kovalev, CPA
Title: Owner CPA
Company: Accounting firm owner
(Owner CPA at Accounting firm owner) I’m launching a blog/ YouTube channel in 3 weeks that will have various topics for accountants about how to start your own accounting business. It will cover things like software, what you just know, sales, etc. Are there any topics that those that want to go out on their...
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(VP, Finance) We are a Marketing firm using accrual method accounting to record revenue on a completed contract basis. We would like to switch to percentage of completion so we completed a 3115 citing Section 460 as our support. The IRS returned the form saying we can't cite Section 460...
Member's Profile
Nehal Parashar
Title: Student
Company: University of Alabama
(Student at University of Alabama) I wrote a paper on the following: why adoption of IFRS 1 was met with controversy and how a company, a 2010 first-time adopter, presented its statement of financial position and what alternatives were available. I need an international student's/ person perspective on why...
Anonymous Member
Anonymous
(Owner) I am a co-owner of an LLC. I purchased a laptop computer with my personal credit card a few days ago, but since have decided that I want to only use it for my business. I have another laptop that I will continue to use for my personal needs. Can my company purchase the...
Member's Profile
Jm C
Title: NA
Company: NA
(NA at NA) I am a California CPA (inactive) considering starting my own practice. My background is Big 6 audit experience (lol dating myself there, aren’t I?), and several years of industry experience in accounting, finance and project management. I left to stay home with kids,...
Member's Profile
Patrick Ugbechie
Title: Accountant
Company: D.Whyte Services Ltd
(Accountant at D.Whyte Services Ltd) Hello, Right now I am in a hot seat. I got this new job in a Marine Logistics Company. Since 2010, the company have been practicing single entry system using excel as a software. Now my first assignment is to migrate the whole accounting system to Peachtree Accounting...
Member's Profile
Jeremy Slaughter
Title: VP, Corporate Finance
Company: The CORE Group, Inc.
LinkedIn Profile
(VP, Corporate Finance at The CORE Group, Inc.) Our team has been on an a journey of innovation. We are closing regularly and consistently to an Excel closing checklist, but I suspect there is room for additional improvement. Most of our close is completed by the 8th work day. Timing of available information is the...