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2019 Editorial Calendar

JANUARY: Tax Outlook

  • Tax Cuts & Jobs Act: Impact and implementation
  • Current issues in tax preparation and planning
  • IRS initiatives and priorities—criminal investigation, bankruptcy, and offers in compromise

FEBRUARY: Accounting & Auditing Outlook

  • Annual Baruch Auditing Conference
  • Data analytics, audit quality, and audit failure
  • Updates from SEC, PCAOB, ASB, IIASB, FASB, IASB,  and others

MARCH: Ethics, Risk Management, and Professional Liability

  • Internal audit roundtable discussion
  • How to mitigate risks and identify high-risk areas.
  • Virtual currencies, tax liability, anti-money laundering and penalties, updates on IRS offshore regulations and assessments, FATCA issues

APRIL: Not-for-Profit and Exempt Organizations and Government Financial Reporting

  • Highlights of the 40th annual NFPO Conference
  • Exempt organization and TCJA
  • Government accounting and reporting

MAY: Personal Financial Planning

  • Personal financial planning, investing, retirement planning
  • Asset protection, estates and trusts, business succession
  • Credentialing the financial planner

JUNE: Technology and Cybersecurity  

  • Big data and artificial intelligence—where are we?
  • Fallout from high-profile data breaches
  • Transformational issues—virtual auditing, outsourced auditing practices

JULY: Special Issue on Sustainability

  • Focus on integrated reporting and the six capitals
  • Trends in reporting by public companies
  • EU Nonfinancial reporting directive

 AUGUST: Special issue on 18th Annual Baruch Financial Reporting Conference

  • Leading standards setters, regulators, and professionals gather to discuss important developments in financial reporting
  • Speakers and panelists representing preparers, issuers, and users discuss the state of accounting, auditing and financial reporting

SEPTEMBER: Education/Preparation/Training of Young Professionals

  • “Back to school” issue focusing on education issues
  • Changing the accounting curriculum to keep it relevant
  • Bringing practitioners into the classroom, bringing academic research into practice
  • Diversity & inclusion in schools and the pipeline

OCTOBER: Federal, State, and Local Taxation Annual Update

  • Coverage of changes in the law and regulations
  • Tips for handling the new rules at the federal, state and local levels.
  • Practical techniques for applying the new state and local rules on domicile and others.

NOVEMBER ISSUE: Special Issue on the Annual NYSSCPA Tax Software Survey

  • Survey examines new features and tools as well as member satisfaction with existing products
  • Covers new products, new apps, and planning tools.

DECEMBER: Special issue 5th Annual Practice Management Survey

  • Includes unique to The CPA Journal content from the Rosenberg practice management survey.
  • Merger and acquisition trends, new business opportunities.
  • Retirement and transition issues; telecommuting, soft skills, managing young professionals;
  • Best practices in management; selection, recruitment, and retention of staff; dealing with staff shortages
  • Gender and diversity issues in accounting firms