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VTD January 2018 Newsletter

Accounting & Auditing: Leases, Tax Reform, Analytics To direct owners and executives on the latest accounting and auditing developments, this issue includes the following articles: 1. Leasing standard: Revisions to facilitate on-time implementation. 2. Factoring tax reform into year-end financial statements. 3. How auditors use analytical procedures. FULL ARTICLE How the Work World is Changing with Millennials Millennials may make up an ever-growing proportion of… READ MORE

VTD September 2017 Newsletter

Benefits Education Boosts Employee Loyalty We’re living in an information age. While we can quickly research just about anything, having too much information can be more confusing than having too little. When it comes to benefit options, the roster is growing. And in many ways, that makes it harder for employees to choose. This article provides some guidance employers can use… READ MORE

VTD August 2017 Newsletter

Accounting & Auditing: Pace of Change, Plain English, Restatements To direct owners and executives on the latest accounting and auditing developments, this issue includes the following articles: 1. FASB pauses to allow companies to focus on major implementation projects. 2. Plain English reporting: Why transparency is the best policy. 3. Fewer restatements linked to stronger internal controls. FULL ARTICLE 5 Recent Supreme Court Decisions… READ MORE

VTD June 2017 Newsletter

Workers’ Comp Fraud Leads to Hot Water for Employers Often when we think of workers’ compensation fraud, employees are the guilty parties. But there are also many ways employers can game the system. Fraud is fraud, but when an employer is the perpetrator, an entire workforce may be in jeopardy. Here’s a rundown of workers’ comp and some examples of… READ MORE

VTD May 2017 Newsletter

Accounting & Auditing: Business Definition, Chinese Regs, IFRS To direct owners and executives on the latest accounting and auditing developments, this issue includes the following articles: Are you purchasing assets or a business? PCAOB says its rules override Chinese regulations. In pursuit of global convergence in financial reporting. FULL ARTICLE What if an Employee Has Military Duty? If you’re fortunate… READ MORE

VTD April 2017 Newsletter

ERISA Basics for Employers For U.S. employers that offer any kind of pension benefits to their employees, it’s critical to have an understanding of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. The failure to know what the landmark law says about employer obligations and responsibilities may lead to significant liability. This article discusses employer obligations for pensions as well… READ MORE