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THE EURO: REVOLUTIONIZING A CONTINENT'S ECONOMY.
March 22, 2000... How will Europe's single currency affect your clients' businesses? There are several ways to start a revolution. Just look at how differently Joan of Arc, Galileo, Paul Revere, Martin Luther King Jr. and Bill Gates did it. In 1992, the European Monetary Union's member states launched...
THE GLOBAL ARENA: AGUIDE FOR SMALL & MEDIUM - SIZED FIRMS.
March 22, 2000... Once considered the exclusive domain of big accounting firms, the international marketplace now provides opportunity for everyone, from the sole practicioner on up to the Big Five Are you ready? WE LIVE IN an age of global economy. While the Big Five and other large accounting firms...
Expatriation to Avoid Tax.
March 22, 2000... My firm recently submitted a ruling on behalf of a departing U.S. resident. The individual was returning to her country of origin for the principal purpose of educating her children. The taxpayer intended to sell her U.S. business and with proper planning would eliminate all of her U.S. and...
Radical New International Standards Proposed for Agriculture.
March 22, 2000... The London-based International Accounting Standards Committee's goal is to develop accounting standards for use by all businesses and organizations throughout the world. The committee has done a reasonably good job over the last 26 years of getting its standards accepted. Acceptability...
CalCPA Bids Outlook Farewell, New Magazine Launch Is July 2000.
March 22, 2000... This is the final issue of Outlook. In September 1980, then CalCPA President Jack V. Hoffman, in an opening letter, introduced the premiere issue of Outlook to CalCPA's 19,000 members as a tool for planning and preparing for tomorrow. Twenty years later, Outlook has published hundreds of...