Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-02-08

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From traditional to tech-savvy – accounting firms plan increased technology investment over next two years according to Caseware study

/PRNewswire/ – Investing in technology is a key priority for accounting firms as they move into 2024, while mitigating the ongoing talent shortage and keeping…

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Keeping Our Promise

Editor’s Note: This issue, we introduce a new column dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion and related topics. The column editor, Anton Lewis, is

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Solving Your Cannabis Accounting Needs

High Times Accounting offers bookkeeping, tax preparation and accounting services for small and medium sized cannabis companies in one trustworthy package.

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Ford posts $523 million 4Q net loss on accounting charge for pensions but beats analyst estimates

Ford on Tuesday reported a net loss in the fourth quarter due to a large accounting charge on pension plans and the effects of a six-week strike at multiple factories by the United Auto Workers uni…

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Preparing for New FASB Guidance on JVs

Kelvin Tetz of Moss Adams on navigating new rules for joint ventures that take effect in January 2025.

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