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Saibeni, A. A. 2008. What's calculus have to do with it? Using Excel to calculate investment rates of return. The CPA Journal (January): 70-72.

Saibeni, A. A. 2010. Forecasting accounts receivable collections with Markov chains and Microsoft Excel. The CPA Journal (April): 66-71.

Saibeni, A. A. 2010. Forecasting: Using algebra to make more efficient spreadsheets. The CPA Journal (December): 68-71.

Saibeni, A. A. 2011. Semi-Markov process and Microsoft Excel: Using mathematical tools to improve operations. The CPA Journal (August): 68-71.

Saibeni, A. A. 2014. How to calculate yield to maturity between interest rate dates. The CPA Journal (November): 66-71.

Salerno, D. F., J. A. Ruddy and M. Rajan. 2016. Changes to accounting for repurchase agreements. The CPA Journal (August): 50-53.

Salzsieder, L. and D. W. Cornell. 2013. A critical look at the Jumpstart Our Business Stamps Act: Considering the debate surrounding its provisions and implications. The CPA Journal (June): 18-27.

Sanders, J. C., D. L. Lindberg and D. L. Seifert. 2013. Is IFRS for SMEs a beneficial alternative for private companies? The IASB's comprehensive review. The CPA Journal (February): 32-35.

Sanders, J. C., D. L. Lindberg and D. L. Seifert. 2013. The AICPA's financial reporting framework for small and medium-sized entities. The CPA Journal (October): 36-39.

Sardar, M. 2015. The IRS's hard line on offshore compliance. The CPA Journal (March): 36-37.

Sardar, M. 2016. A tax return do-over? The CPA Journal (July): 66-67.

Sardar, M. 2017. Digital currency: Taxation, enforcement, and the John Doe summons. The CPA Journal (September): 62-63.

Sardone, D. and T. Tyson. 2012. Upward revaluation of nonfinancial assets: Should it be available in U.S. GAAP? The CPA Journal (November): 26-30.

Savidge, J. 2008. Financial aspects of technology management. The CPA Journal (May): 46-48.

Scarinci, C. 2016. The Small Business Administration's hurricane Sandy disaster loan program. The CPA Journal (November): 34-41.

Scarinci, C. A. 2014. Contingency planning and disaster recovery after Hurricane Sandy. The CPA Journal (June): 60-63.

Scarpati, S. 2010. Developments in accounting education. The CPA Journal (July): 10-11.

Scarpati, S. 2011. Guidance for accounting professors. The CPA Journal (June): 14-15.

Scarpati, S. 2017. New York CPA mentors: There is more to education than 150 credits. The CPA Journal (September): 18-19.

Schadewald, M. S. 2008. FIN 48 forces companies to wrestle with uncertain state Nexus standards. The CPA Journal (May): 42-44.

Schadewald, M. S. 2016. Apportioning income from sales of services. The CPA Journal (October): 48-51.

Schloemer, P. G. 2013. Meeting the demands of IRC Section 274(d): Substantiating trade or business expenses. The CPA Journal (December): 44-47.

Schmutte, J. and J. R. Duncan. 2009. Professional judgment: A model for accounting and auditing decisions. The CPA Journal (September): 32-35.

Schmutte, J. and J. R. Duncan. 2014. Making independence decisions under the Code of Professional Conduct. The CPA Journal (October): 68-70.

Schmutte, J. and J. R. Duncan. 2016. The new revenue recognition standard. The CPA Journal (January): 14-22.

Schmutte, J. and J. Thieling. 2010. Addressing the new quality control standards. The CPA Journal (January): 52-55.

Schmutte, J. and J. R. Thieling. 2008. Peer review: An emerging niche market. The CPA Journal (July): 56-60.

Schmutte, J. L. and J. R. Duncan. 2010. ARRA and single audits. The CPA Journal (May): 22-26. (American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009).

Schooley, D. K. and D. M. English. 2015. SASB: A pathway to sustainability reporting in the United States. The CPA Journal (April): 22-27. (Summary).

Schroeder, D. and T. Singleton. 2010. Implementing the IT-related aspects of risk-based auditing standards. The CPA Journal (July): 66-71.

Schulman, A. 2014. Contingent convertible bonds. The CPA Journal (June): 52-55.

Segal, M. A. 2008. The duty to correct: The second circuit speaks. The CPA Journal (July): 64-66.

Segal, M. A. 2012. Considerations in the classification of workers: Schramm decision addresses adjunct professors. The CPA Journal (February): 52-53.

Segal, M. A. and B. M. Bird. 2014. Cost recovery issues involving the acquisition of open-air and prefabricated structures. The CPA Journal (July): 54-56.

Segal, M. A., B. M. Bird and B. Leonard. 2008. Tax consequences of home sales and foreclosures. The CPA Journal (September): 34-38.

Seiden, D. 2015. State programs for delinquent taxpayers. The CPA Journal (October): 56-57.

Seidman, L. F. 2015. Audits at the crossroads. The CPA Journal (February): 20-25, 27-35.

Seifert, D. L. and D. L. Lindberg. 2010. Key provisions of IFRS for small and medium-sized entities. The CPA Journal (May): 34-37.

Selling, T. I. 2015. On the coexistence of professionalism and commercialism in CPA firms. The CPA Journal (May): 10-11.

Selling, T. I. 2016. Accounting or reporting? The CPA Journal (December): 23.

Selling, T. I. and G. Sommers. 2016. The authors respond. The CPA Journal (September): 15.

Selling, T. I. and G. A. Sommers. 2016. Why accountants should care about non-GAAP financial metrics. The CPA Journal (June): 12-13.

Seymoure, S. M. and M. T. Adams. 2012. Improving performance evaluations in public accounting. The CPA Journal (September): 68-71. (Survey).

Shapiro, A. I. 2012. Transfers for valuable consideration: Tax issues when transferring a life insurance policy. The CPA Journal (October): 50-55.

Sharp, A. D. 2014. Statute of limitations for an overstatement of basis. The CPA Journal (January): 50-52.

Sharp, A. D. and C. C. Venker. 2011. The anatomy of an excise tax: Indoor tanning services. The CPA Journal (February): 44-45.

Sharp, A. D. and J. M. Stieven. 2013. Factoring inflation into the capital loss deduction: Is it time for reform? The CPA Journal (February): 42-43.

Sharp, A. D. and T. A. Webre. 2014. Allocating portfolio management fees. The CPA Journal (September): 60-63.

Sharp, A. D. and T. A. Webre. 2015. An overview of current financial reporting frameworks: Options for public and private companies. The CPA Journal (February): 44-46.

Shaw, K. W. 2008. New accounting rules for defined benefit pension plans. The CPA Journal (March): 32-35.

Sheldon, G. M. 2016. Investment policy statements. The CPA Journal (January): 70-71.

Shelton, M. L., S. Thompson and R. Serrett. 2012. A Uniform CPA exam, but not-so-uniform requirement: Education and licensure rules vary among states. The CPA Journal (November): 62-65.

Shenkman, M. M. 2015. Administering a testamentary trust for a child. The CPA Journal (May): 46-47.

Shenkman, M. M. 2015. Changing circumstances for post-mortem trust planning. The CPA Journal (April): 60-61.

Shenkman, M. M. 2015. CPAs' growing role in estate planning. The CPA Journal (February): 61-63.

Shenkman, M. M. 2015. Estate planning and the reluctant CPA financial planner. The CPA Journal (September): 58-59.

Shenkman, M. M. 2015. Estate planning for real estate developers. The CPA Journal (October): 60-62.

Shenkman, M. M. 2015. Planning for early retirement due to health challenges: CPAs can offer advice on difficult decisions. The CPA Journal (July): 70-71.

Shenkman, M. M. 2015. Reflections on the changing world of estate planning. The CPA Journal (August): 78-79.

Shenkman, M. M. 2016. Financial planning must drive estate planning decisions, and CPAs must lead the way. The CPA Journal (April): 68-69.

Shenkman, M. M. 2016. Little estate planning tips that add up. The CPA Journal (July): 74-75.

Shenkman, M. M. 2016. Valuation discounts under IRC Section 2704. The CPA Journal (October): 68-69.

Shenkman, M. M. 2017. Advising individuals with chronic illnesses: Practical planning and practice development for CPAs. The CPA Journal (May): 24-28.

Shenkman, M. M. 2017. New Jersey estate tax repeal: Will it last and who will benefit? The CPA Journal (January): 70-71.

Shenkman, M. M. 2017. Proactive steps CPAs should take to help individuals plan. The CPA Journal (October): 65-67.

Shenkman, M. M. and G. Plechner. 2017. Annual review meetings: How to get individuals to act. The CPA Journal (August): 67-68. (Review of all estate and financial plans).

Shenkman, M. M. and R. L. Harris. 2016. Tax Court decision affirms beneficial split-dollar transactions. The CPA Journal (August): 70-71.

Sheppard, R. C. 2013. The tax and financial implication of divorce: Alimony, property settlements, custody, and other considerations. The CPA Journal (December): 56-59.

Sheppard, R. C. 2016. Partnership abandonment. The CPA Journal (October): 9-10.

Shields, H. 2015. Improving communication in annual reports. The CPA Journal (October): 72.

Shinder, M. 2010. A CFO's map to economic recovery. CPA Journal (August): 6-10.

Shoulders, C. D. and J. P. Lakatos. 2013. The new face of government balance sheets. The CPA Journal (November): 22-31.

Shrimanker, A. 2016. It's amazing what CPAs can do. The CPA Journal (August): 80.

Sibelman, H. 2014. Myths and inconvenient truths about audit sampling. The CPA Journal (April): 6-10.

Siddiqui, S. M. 2013. A practical look at the Hobby Loss Rule. The CPA Journal (August): 46-48.

Silliman, B. R. 2008. Will the next president reform the tax code? The CPA Journal (November): 22-27.

Silver, S. E., A. S. Fleming and R. A. Riley Jr. 2008. Preventing and detecting collusive management fraud. The CPA Journal (October): 46-48.

Singer, D. E. and J. Day. 2014. New York benefit corporations: Bringing social responsibility to business. The CPA Journal (March): 40-43. (A benefit corporation is a hybrid corporate entity required to have a material positive impact on society (similar to a nonprofit), but permitted to earn and distribute profits to shareholders).

Singer, G. D. 2009. Can early harvests reap greater gains? The CPA Journal (October): 52-56.

Singer, G. D. and B. D. Wodar. 2011. Selling a business: Getting a price that meets future needs. The CPA Journal (May): 38-41.

Singer, G. D. and P. S. Boyle. 2009. Investment planning after the flood: Charting a course of action. The CPA Journal (December): 54-59.

Singer, G. D. and W. Litman. 2009. Best use of tax-deferred accounts. The CPA Journal (September): 44-47.

Singer, R., A. Pfaff, H. Winiarski and M. Winiarski. 2017. Accounting for leases under the new standard, Part 1: Definition and classification of leases and lessee accounting. The CPA Journal (August): 44-51.

Singer, R., A. Pfaff, H. Winiarski and M. Winiarski. 2017. Accounting for leases under the new standard, Part 2: Lessor accounting, changes in lease terms, practical expedients, and preparation tips. The CPA Journal (September): 48-53.

Singerman, E. and G. Broder. 2013. Premium stabilization reserves. The CPA Journal (November): 36-39.

Singleton, R. and S. Smith. 2011. The increase in transparency requirements for corporate tax positions. The CPA Journal (March): 38-41.

Sinkin, J. 2009. Replacing retiring partners. The CPA Journal (October): 62-64.

Skarlatos, B. C. 2015. Avoiding penalties for tax return positions: IRC rules for taxpayers and tax preparers. The CPA Journal (February): 56-57.

Slavutin, L. 2015. A financial planner's guide to life insurance strategies: An eight-step life insurance checkup. The CPA Journal (September): 20-25.

Sledgianowski, D., R. Fonfeder and N. S. Slavin. 2010. Implementing XBRL reporting. The CPA Journal (August): 68-72.

Slott, E. 2008. Final Roth 401(k) distribution regulations. The CPA Journal (May): 12-16.

Smaroff, D. G. 2011. E-discovery process and electronically stored information (ESI) strategies: Preparation is key to lower litigation exposure and expenses. The CPA Journal (March): 66-67.

Smith, E. 2010. Seventh Circuit does not hear 'audible silence': Innocent spouses must comply with two-year deadline. The CPA Journal (October): 48-49.

Smith, E. 2015. Defending a cash business taxpayer in an indirect method case. The CPA Journal (November): 56-57.

Smith, E. 2016. Tax consequences of alimony payment. The CPA Journal (December): 56-57.

Smith, E. P. 2012. The basics of business valuation, fraud and forensic accounting, and dispute resolution services. The CPA Journal (June): 6, 8-11. (See What is a Business Valuation?).

Smith, E. P. and D. V. Iacobelli. 2013. Analyzing local and global fraud: An exploration of findings and recommendations. The CPA Journal (June): 9-11.

Smith, E. S. 2012. Treasury Regulations entitled to greater deference under Chevron: Supreme Court clarifies itself on judicial interpretation. The CPA Journal (February): 46-47.

Smith, G. S. and C. W. Von Bergen. 2009. The human side of IFRS. The CPA Journal (June): 59-61.

Smith, L. 2017. Reflections on changes in the financial reporting environment. The CPA Journal (February): 6-9.

Smith, S., C. Rosenthal and P. Duffany. 2015. New York sales and use tax audit. The CPA Journal (March): 38-39.

Smith, S. S. 2014. The expanding role of CPAs in a changing business environment. The CPA Journal (June): 13-14.

Smoker, K. A. 2013. Is state regulation of tax preparers the solution: New York coordinates is efforts with the IRS. The CPA Journal (December): 68-71.

Smoker, K. A. and K. A. Mammano. 2009. The revision of Federal Form 990. The CPA Journal (July): 52-55.

Snyder, M. 2013. Maximizing revenue opportunities with CRM systems. The CPA Journal (January): 15.

Sohr, R. E., D. A. Lifson, T. R. Manisero and R. Rosario. 2009. Accountants' liability in the Madoff scheme: A CPA Journal symposium. The CPA Journal (August): 14-25.

Soled, J. A. 2012. Comparative negligence defense in tax return preparation malpractice actions. The CPA Journal (November): 58-60.

Solieri, S. A. 2014. A new understanding in transnational audit regulation. The CPA Journal (April): 30-37.

Sompayrac, J. E. and D. M. Costello. 2008. Thinking merger? A proper courtship can avert a nasty divorce. The CPA Journal (January): 63-65.

Sonneltter, R. J. 2012. Concerns about the PCAOB's release on possible revisions to the auditor's report. The CPA Journal (March): 10-12.

Sonnenblick, M. 2015. Income tax incentives extended for 2014 returns. The CPA Journal (January): 12-13.

Spaulding, D. and J. Freeberg. 2012. Marriage equality in New York and beyond: To love, cherish, and tax. The CPA Journal (October): 46-49.

Speaker, P. and A. S. Fleming. 2009. Monitoring financial performance. The CPA Journal (August): 60-65.

Spencer, A. W., S. C. Usrey and T. Z. Webb. 2015. The disclosure of CPA disciplinary action. The CPA Journal (March): 60-63.

Spillane, D. K. 2015. PCAOB and SEC referrals to the Office of Professional Discipline. The CPA Journal (May): 48-53.

Spurlock, D. C. and C. R. Ehlen. 2008. CPA service on nonprofit boards. The CPA Journal (August): 11-12.

Stack, L. 2011. Greed: Connecting the dots. The CPA Journal (August): 13.

Stahlin, P. V. and N. Grusd. 2011. Blue Ribbon Panel on Private Company Financial Reporting: 'One-size GAAP' does not fit all, and a lender's dissenting view. The CPA Journal (July): 6-10.

Stallworth, L. and S. Anderson. 2013. Tax implications for bloggers. The CPA Journal (November): 40-45.

Stancil, J. L. 2012. Has the S corporation outlived its usefulness? The CPA Journal (February): 40-45.

Starkman, J. 2013. Linux for CPAs. The CPA Journal (November): 66-71.

Steadman, M. 2008. What small CPA firms are doing to recruit and retain staff. The CPA Journal (July): 61-63.

Stephens, W., L. S. Pettegrew and C. A. Vance. 2012. Embracing ethics and morality: An analytic essay for the accounting profession. The CPA Journal (January): 16-21.

Sterna, S. and J. Wolfe. 2017. Liability risks and other concerns when servicing marijuana business. The CPA Journal (October): 9-10.

Sterna, S. and J. Wolfe. 2017. The Department of Labor's new fiduciary standard: Questions for CPAs. The CPA Journal (March): 6-7.

Stevens, G. and D. Griesmeyer. 2014. Securities-based lending. The CPA Journal (August): 36-38.

Stevens, M. G. 2011. Basis overstatement still does not trigger six-year limitations period. The CPA Journal (March): 2-45.

Stevens, M. G. 2012. Does basis overstatement trigger a six-year limitations period? The Supreme Court ends the debate. The CPA Journal (December): 54-55.

Stevenson, S. G. 201. The past, present, and future of forensic accounting. The CPA Journal (March): 16-21.

Stiller, S. P. and J. L. Indusi. 2014. Erasing the big mistake: Sealing records of criminal convictions for licensed professionals. The CPA Journal (July): 70-71.

Stokes, L., E. Marcuccio, E. Farley, M. King and N. Mastracchio. 2010. The CPA exam content specifications. The CPA Journal (April): 61-65.

Stone, D. N., B. Wier and S. M. Bryant. 2008. Reducing materialism through financial literacy. The CPA Journal (February): 12-14.

Strauss, R. J. 2014. Transitioning from the private sector to academia. The CPA Journal (August): 12-13.

Stuebs, M. Jr. and B. R. Wilkinson. 2009. Restoring the profession's public interest role. The CPA Journal (November): 62-66.

Stuebs, M. T. Jr. and C. W. Thomas. 2009. Improved judgment in financial accounting: A principled approach. The CPA Journal (January): 32-35.

Sullivan, B. A. and A. C. Smith. 2012. Using fairness opinions to manage risk in middle-market transactions. The CPA Journal (March): 48-51.

Sumutka, A. R. and B. Sootkoos. 2008. 'Personal business' retirement plans. The CPA Journal (April): 52-57.

Sun, T. and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2017. Deep learning and the future of auditing: How an evolving technology could transform analysis and improve judgment. The CPA Journal (June): 24-29. (Deep learning, a cutting-edge use of artificial intelligence).

Szabo, M. B. 2013. Considering Roth IRA conversions: Is recharacterization a viable option for taxpayers? The CPA Journal (July): 60-61.

Tang, J. and K. E. Karim. 2017. Big data in business analytics: Implications for the audit profession. The CPA Journal (June): 34-39.

Tapis, G. P. and J. S. Delaney. 2017. Using accounting advisory boards: A way to promote collaboration between faculty and practitioners. The CPA Journal (September): 40-42.

Tate, S., A. Reinstein and N. T. Churyk. 2017. The impact of online education on accounting recruiting. The CPA Journal (September): 13-15.

Taylor, E. Z. and J. A. Thomas. 2013. Enhanced protections for whistleblowers under the Dodd-Frank Act: The responsibilities, rights, and risks of reporting fraud. The CPA Journal (January): 66-71. Correction. 2013. The CPA Journal (March): 10. The yes and no bubbles were transposed at the bottom of Exhibit 1.

Taylor, E. Z., M. B. Curtis and L. Chui. 2012. Staff auditors' observations of questionable peer behavior: The view from the other side. The CPA Journal (June): 66-71.

Taylor, G. and S. Sobel. 2008. A closer look at captive insurance. The CPA Journal (June): 48-49.

Taylor, M. E. 2009. The IASB's narrative report project. The CPA Journal (November): 30-35.

The CPA Journal. 2008. An interview with Thomas J. Linsmeier. The CPA Journal (October): 30-34.

The CPA Journal. 2008. An interview with Tom Jones. The CPA Journal (October): 24-27.

The CPA Journal. 2008. Case study: Rebuilding Iraq. The CPA Journal (February): 20-21.

The CPA Journal. 2009. FASB Chairman Robert H. Herz. The CPA Journal (July): 14-19. (Interview).

The CPA Journal. 2009. Grant Thornton CEO Edward E. Nusbaum. The CPA Journal (July): 34-39. (Interview).

The CPA Journal. 2009. IASB Vice Chairman Tom Jones. The CPA Journal (July): 20-25. (Interview).

The CPA Journal. 2009. PWC Global CEO Samuel A. Dipiazza, Jr. The CPA Journal (July): 28-33. (Interview).

The CPA Journal. 2009. State tax initiatives. The CPA Journal (January): 44-46.

The CPA Journal. 2009. The long arm of the law. The CPA Journal (October): 16-22.

The CPA Journal. 2009. The role of mark-to-market accounting in the financial crisis. The CPA Journal (January): 20-24.

The CPA Journal 2010. An interview with Ian Mackintosh, Chairman, U.K. Accounting Standards Board. The CPA Journal (June): 22-26.

The CPA Journal 2010. An interview with James L. Kroeker SEC Chief Accountant. The CPA Journal (June): 34-38.

The CPA Journal 2010. An interview with John B. Veihmeyer CEO of KPMG. The CPA Journal (June): 27-31.

The CPA Journal 2010. Panel discussion: Charting the course to safe harbor. The CPA Journal (June): 32-33.

The CPA Journal. 2010. Panel discussion: Navigating white waters. The CPA Journal (June): 19-21.

The CPA Journal. 2011. Accounting for financial instruments: A status report. The CPA Journal (August): 28-30.

The CPA Journal. 2011. Current developments at the SEC: Enforcement, red flags, and the IFRS work plan. The CPA Journal (August): 24-27.

The CPA Journal. 2011. Current developments in the private sector: Focus on transparency and comparability. The CPA Journal (August): 37-39.

The CPA Journal. 2011. Fine-Tuning financial reporting: Views from regulators and the profession. The CPA Journal (August): 16.

The CPA Journal. 2011. Forte Capital's selected statistics. The CPA Journal (December): 79. (Significant economic data reported monthly).

The CPA Journal. 2011. Implementing ASU 2011-05. The CPA Journal (September): 25.

The CPA Journal. 2011. James L. Kroeker: SEC chief accountant. The CPA Journal (August): 21-23.

The CPA Journal. 2011. PCAOB proposed standards on the auditor's reporting model. The CPA Journal (August): 12.

The CPA Journal. 2011. Revenue recognition and leases: Controversial changes drive the discussion. The CPA Journal (August): 40-43.

The CPA Journal. 2011. Updates from FASB and the SEC: Making progress on convergence, transparency, and technology. The CPA Journal (August): 17-20.

The CPA Journal. 2012. Case study: Using the marketing concept to build an accounting practice. The CPA Journal (May): 56-58.

The CPA Journal. 2012. Cover story: IlluminatioQ financial reportinQ: Views from reQulators and the profession. The CPA Journal (July): 14-45.

The CPA Journal. 2013. Navigating financial reporting: 12th annual financial reporting conference. The CPA Journal (July): 12-19.

The CPA Journal. 2013. Current developments in the private sector: Digging deeper into complex topics. The CPA Journal (July): 38-41.

The CPA Journal. 2013. GAAP for private companies: Debating alternatives for small and medium-sized entities. The CPA Journal (July): 42-45.

The CPA Journal. 2013. Looking to the PCAOB: Its past and its future. The CPA Journal (July): 30-37.

The CPA Journal. 2013. The Big Three convergence projects: Revenue recognition, leases, and financial instruments. The CPA Journal (July): 20-25.

The CPA Journal. 2013. The latest from the SEC Corporation finance and enforcement divisions: Reporting issues and enforcement actions. The CPA Journal (July): 26-29.

The CPA Journal. 2014. Current developments at the SEC. The CPA Journal (July): 20-25.

The CPA Journal. 2014. Current developments in the private sector. The CPA Journal (July): 38-43.

The CPA Journal. 2014. Financial reporting issues for preparers. The CPA Journal (July): 44-49.

The CPA Journal. 2014. How to recognize revenue. The CPA Journal (July): 26-31.

The CPA Journal. 2014. SEC comment letter trends. The CPA Journal (February): 6, 8-15.

The CPA Journal. 2014. The future of the accounting profession and the value of the CPA. The CPA Journal (August): 14-23.

The CPA Journal. 2014. Updates from the FASB and the SEC. The CPA Journal (July): 14-19.

The CPA Journal. 2015. 2015: Year in review. The CPA Journal (December): 18.

The CPA Journal. 2015. Discovering simple truths in a complex world of financial reporting: Views on the current state of the profession. The CPA Journal (July): 20-49. (Topics include: How to recognize revenue 32-35, J. R. Doty keynote address 36-41, Current developments 42-45, and Leases and financial instruments 46-49).

The CPA Journal. 2015. FAE: Foundation for Accounting Education. The CPA Journal (April): S1-S20.

The CPA Journal. 2015. ICYMI: A look back at 2015: 85 years of progress. The CPA Journal (December): 15-17.

The CPA Journal. 2015. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (December): 14.

The CPA Journal. 2015. Technology in accounting history. The CPA Journal (November): 16-17.

The CPA Journal. 2015. The CPA Journal manuscript reviewers, 2014/15. The CPA Journal (December): 19.

The CPA Journal. 2015. The state of the profession: The first annual NYSSCPA-Roseburg survey: Analyzing the results of the 2015 practice management survey. The CPA Journal (December): 20-28.

The CPA Journal. 2016. 2016 year in review. The CPA Journal (December): 80.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Accounting for leases the new standard. The CPA Journal (July): 38-41.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Attestation update blog. The CPA Journal (February): 65.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Case studies in sustainability reporting. The CPA Journal (June): 50-51.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Current developments at the SEC. The CPA Journal (July): 34-37.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Current developments in the private sector. The CPA Journal (July): 48-51.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Economic & Market data. The CPA Journal (August): 79.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Financial instruments where are we? The CPA Journal (July): 52-55.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Frank K. Ross, NYSSCPA lifetime achievement award winner. The CPA Journal (July): 8-9.

The CPA Journal. 2016. High school confidential. The CPA Journal (December): 19.

The CPA Journal. 2016. How investors judge sustainability information. The CPA Journal (June): 36-38.

The CPA Journal. 2016. In case you missed it" A look back at 2016. The CPA Journal (December): 16-17.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Listening to users on transition issues, non-GAAP measures, and disclosures. The CPA Journal (July): 28-33.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Making financial reporting more responsive to users' needs. The CPA Journal (July): 26.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Max Block awards presented at annul editorial board meeting. The CPA Journal (September): 12-13.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Opportunities for CPAs and lawyers. The CPA Journal (June): 32-35.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Overhead at the Moynihan Fund Gala. The CPA Journal (July): 9.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Re: The auditors. The CPA Journal (February): 65.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Sustainability reporting. The CPA Journal (June): 22-24.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (January): 12.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (February): 16.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (March): 13.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (April): 20.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (May): 15.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (June): 17.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (July): 24.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (August): 21.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (September): 14.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (October): 11-13.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (November): 13.

The CPA Journal. 2016. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (December): 20.

The CPA Journal. 2016. The CPA Journal at the dawn of the information age. The CPA Journal (May): 80.

The CPA Journal. 2016. The ethical state of the CPA profession. The CPA Journal (December): 6-9.

The CPA Journal. 2016. The first annual NYSSCPA hedge fund roundtable sustainability investment leadership conference. The CPA Journal (June): 18-19.

The CPA Journal. 2016. The roles and responsibilities of professional advisors. The CPA Journal (June): 46-49.

The CPA Journal. 2016. The state of the profession: Analyzing the results of the 2016 practice management survey. The CPA Journal (December): 28-35.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Bankruptcy versus offer in compromise: A comparison of resolution options. The CPA Journal (January): 32-34.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Building and leading sustainable business. The CPA Journal (July): 42-43. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Changes in the master glossary. The CPA Journal (April): 26.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Criminal investigation and prosecution of tax preparers. The CPA Journal (January): 35-37.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Current developments at the SEC. The CPA Journal (August): 24-27. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Current developments in the private sector. The CPA Journal (August): 38-40. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Dealing with nonfilers. The CPA Journal (January): 20-22.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Exhibit: Summary of New York State and City due date and extension changes for calendar year taxpayers. The CPA Journal (April): 73.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Federal tax preparation. The CPA Journal (January): 18-19.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Financial reporting: From rules to practice: Highlights from the 16th annual Baruch College Financial Reporting Conference. The CPA Journal (August): 16-17.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Financial reporting issues for preparers. The CPA Journal (August): 41-43. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Gift tax returns & IRS examination. The CPA Journal (January): 23-25.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Implementing new standards for revenue recognition, leases, and financial statements. The CPA Journal (August): 28-30. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Investing in sustainable companies. The CPA Journal (July): 44-45. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Integrated reporting: A practical perspective from preparers and practitioners. The CPA Journal (July): 34-37. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Making the case for corporate community engagement: Legal, accounting, and business strategy considerations. The CPA Journal (July): 46-47. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. 2016 Max Block Awards & 2017 editorial board meeting. The CPA Journal (September): 21-22.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Preparer penalties. The CPA Journal (January): 26-28.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Receipts? What receipts? The CPA Journal (January): 29-31.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Supply chain management: A case study. The CPA Journal (July): 38-41. (Panel discussion).

The CPA Journal. 2017. Sustainability assurance: Creating value through integrated thinking: The second annual NYSSCPA-Hedge Fund Roundtable Sustainability Investment Leadership Conference. The CPA Journal (July): 24-25.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (January): 16.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (February): 14.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (March): 14.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (April): 15.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (May): 12.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (June): 21.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (July): 17.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (August): 13.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (September): 24.

The CPA Journal. 2017. Tax & accounting update. The CPA Journal (October): 19.

The CPA Journal. 2017. The changing landscape of financial reporting: Taking stock and looking forward. The CPA Journal (August): 18-23. (Opening remarks from Wesley Bricker (SEC) and Lawrence Smith (FASB)).

The CPA Journal. 2017. The eternal education debate. The CPA Journal (September): 23.

The CPA Journal. 2017. The future of auditing: A roundtable discussion. The CPA Journal (February): 18-31.

The CPA Journal. 2017. The historical need for computer controls and security. The CPA Journal (June): 20.

Thomas, R. 2015. Auditors still challenged by professionals. The CPA Journal (January): 20-24, 26-27.

Thompson, T. and M. J. Teich. 2013. Tapping into social security: A framework for timing benefits. The CPA Journal (February): 52-55.

Thomson, J. 2017. Is the accounting profession committed to closing the skills gap? The CPA Journal (September): 16-17.

Thomson, J. C. 2009. Accounting associations need synergies, not silos. The CPA Journal (March): 12-13.

Thomson, J. C. 2013. Management accountants: Doing both...and more. The CPA Journal (May): 6, 8.

Tidd, R. R. and G. Heesacker. 2008. Digital signatures and certificates. The CPA Journal (May): 60-61.

Tidrick, D. E. 2008. A conversation with IIA President David A. Richards. The CPA Journal (November): 14-21. (Interview).

Tidrick, D. E. 2012. Improving governance and internal control: An interview with COSO chairman David L. Landsittel. The CPA Journal (October): 6, 8-11.

Tidrick, D. E. 2013. Examining the ethics process: A conversation with PEEC chair Wes Williams. The CPA Journal (May): 14-19.

Tidrick, D. E. 2017. A conversation with U.S. Comptroller General Gene L. Dodaro. The CPA Journal (April): 16-22. (Dodaro responds to questions about the history of the GAO, and what it consist of today).

Tierney, L. 2013. The top five limiting beliefs about succession planning: A guide for CPA firms. The CPA Journal (April): 11.

Tipograph, N. 2009. A tax professional's guide to Madoff-related losses. The CPA Journal (March): 44-51.

Toerner, M. C. 2009. A guide to using the accounting standards codification. The CPA Journal (February): 20-25.

Traylor, J. C. 2015. New York comptroller's office responds to criticisms of transparency. The CPA Journal (November): 20.

Trent, L. and J. Mohr. 2017. Marketers' methodologies for valuing brand equity: Insights into accounting for intangible assets. The CPA Journal (July): 58-61.

Tribunella, H. 2009. Twenty questions on international financial reporting standards. The CPA Journal (March): 32-37.

Tribunella, T. and H. Tribunella. 2014. 20 questions about reverse mortgages. The CPA Journal (March): 51-53.

Tribunella, H. and T. Tribunella. 2014. Twenty questions about the AICPA's new ethics codification. The CPA Journal (November): 56-59.

Tribunella, T. and H. Tribunella. 2010. Using XBRL to analyze financial statements. The CPA Journal (March): 69-72.

Tribunella, T. and H. Tribunella. 2016. Twenty questions on the sharing economy and mobile accounting apps. The CPA Journal (May): 32-39.

Tribunella, T. and J. Baroody. 2008. 20 questions on open source accounting software. The CPA Journal (July): 67-72.

Troutman, C. S. and M. T. Adams. 2013. The capitalization versus deduction rules simplified: Acquisition or production of tangible property and subsequent expenditures. The CPA Journal (April): 40-51.

Trussel, J. M. and L. C. Rose. 2009. Fair value accounting and the current financial crisis. The CPA Journal (June): 26-30.

Tsay, B. 2010. Designing an internal control assessment program using COSO's guidance on monitoring. The CPA Journal (May): 52-57.

Tsay, B. and R. A. Turpen. 2011. The control environment in not-for-profit organizations. The CPA Journal (January): 64-67.

Tsay, B. and S. Chen. 2015. The going concern assumption: Critical issues for auditors. The CPA Journal (December): 46-51.

Tschakert, N., J. Kokina, S. Kozlowski and M. Vasarhelyi. 2017. How business schools can integrate data analytics into the accounting curriculum. The CPA Journal (September): 10-12. (Summary).

Tunnell, L., C. Seipel and E. Scribner. 2008. Federal and state tax records retention. The CPA Journal (April): 9-11.

Turner, L. E. 2009. The systemic dismantling of the system. The CPA Journal (May): 16-17.

Turpen, R. A. 2017. Not-for-profit entities and the new revenue recognition standard. The CPA Journal (April): 34-41.

Tuttle, M., R. Urbealis and S. Zeiger. 2008. Trust-owned life insurance: A lawsuit waiting to happen? The CPA Journal (October): 58-59.

Tweedie, D. 2010. Bringing the world together on one standard: Getting the United States to embrace IFRS. The CPA Journal (October): 16-23.

Tyson, T. 2011. The convergence of IFRS and U.S. GAAP: What will the SEC's next step be? The CPA Journal (June): 26-31.

Van Gent, R. D., T. M. Lindquist and G. Smith. 2013. The six million man. The CPA Journal (September): 70-72.

Vance, C. A. and C. E. Jimenez-Angueira. 2014. Ethical attestation: Establishing higher standards for entrants to the profession. The CPA Journal (October): 10.

Vance, C. A. and W. L. Stephens. 2010. How does the new generation of accounting majors measure up? Observations from the ivory tower. The CPA Journal (November): 6, 8-13. (Link).

Vance, C. A., E. Carlson, H. M. Lively and N. J. Mastracchio Jr. 2013. Embracing technology in education: Considering options and outcomes. The CPA Journal (January): 13-14.

VanDenburgh, W. M. 2013. Advising individuals on hedge fund investments. The CPA Journal (September): 36-43.

VanDenburgh, W. M. and P. J. Harmelink. 2008. Accounting implications of the subprime meltdown. The CPA Journal (December): 24-27.

VanDenburgh, W. M. and P. J. Harmelink. 2014. Implications of investments in equities versus treasuries. The CPA Journal (September): 6-11.

VanDenburgh, W. M., P. J. Harmelink and E. M. Werner. 2010. Reevaluating state-specific Muni bond funds. The CPA Journal (February): 56-61.

VanZante, N. R. and R. B. Fritzsch. 2008. Social security planning: Emphasis on married couples. The CPA Journal (September): 48-51.

VanZante, N. R. and R. B. Fritzsch. 2010. Roth: Still the right choice. The CPA Journal (February): 11-13.

VanZante, N. R. and R. B. Fritzsch. 2012. Senior citizens and the 'marriage tax' on Social Security benefits. The CPA Journal (February): 54-56.

VanZante, N. R. and R. B. Fritzsch. 2013. The benefits of Roth accounts: Considering tax rates before and after retirement. The CPA Journal (May): 54-56.

Vaudt, D. A. 2015. GASB responds to criticisms of financial reporting for governments. The CPA Journal (November): 19.

Veliotis, S. 2011. How the AMT 'stealth' tax surcharge disrupts marginal tax rate planning through transaction timing. The CPA Journal (December): 54-57.

Vendig, R. E. 2014. The basics of corporate trade. The CPA Journal (June): 64-66.

Verma, A. 2009. The future of insurance accounting. The CPA Journal (January): 66-68.

Verni, J. D. 2017. It's amazing what CPAs can do. The CPA Journal (October): 18.

Violette, G. and D. Chene. 2008. Campus recruiting: What local and regional accounting firms look for in new hires. The CPA Journal (December): 66-68.

Violette, G., J. Violette and R. Hendrix. 2013. Hiring academically inexperienced accounting interns: Exploring the challenges and benefits. The CPA Journal (January): 11-12.

Violette, G. R. and D. G. Chene. 2012. Factors influencing students' choice of the accounting major: Lessons for recruiting and beyond. The CPA Journal (September): 14-15.

Vogel, C. 2016. Complying with U.S. requirements for foreign pension plans. The CPA Journal (November): 58-59.

Vorkapich, M. 2013. Tracking capital expenditures: Exploring cost segregation studies and related temporary regulations. The CPA Journal (February): 44-45.

Vorkapich, M. 2015. Cost segregation and the final regulations. The CPA Journal (October): 44-45.

Vuchnich, A. 2008. Using CAATTs preliminary analytical review to enhance the auditor's risk assessment. The CPA Journal (May): 38-40.

Waddell, C. 2016. Using network analysis to detect collusive fraud could notorious fraudsters have been caught in the act? The CPA Journal (March): 38-45.

Wade, S. and T. Stephenson. 2009. Do taxpayers want less aggressive returns? The CPA Journal (February): 40-42.

Walker, K. B. 2017. What's going on in business schools? Part II. The CPA Journal (September): 26-30.

Wall, P. S. and R. Colvard. 2010. No accounting for misconduct: Postemployment benefits under SFAS 112 and related legal concerns. The CPA Journal (November): 40-43.

Walwyn, S. 2011. Accounting for unclaimed property. The CPA Journal (February): 56-59.

Wampler, B. and T. Holt. 2013. Valuing inventory at the lower of cost or market: Considering the challenges involved. The CPA Journal (January): 34-39.

Wanetick, D. 2010. How patent vulnerability impacts valuation. The CPA Journal (November): 63-65.

Warshavsky, M. S. 2013. The role of forensic accountants in litigation cases. The CPA Journal (June): 58-61.

Watson, S. F. 2008. Tax court can be a risky bet for gamblers. The CPA Journal (December): 40-43.

Watts, M. M. 2011. Measuring the value of 100% first-year depreciation. The CPA Journal (November): 52-57.

Webber, S. and D. S. Archambeault. 2015. Whistleblowing: Not so simple for accountants. The CPA Journal (August): 62-68.

Weber, J. L., M. R. Brooks and J. A. Wong. 2016. Imminent changes to corporate social responsibility reporting. The CPA Journal (June): 58-63.

Weiner, A. E. 2015. It's amazing what CPAs can do. The CPA Journal (September): 72.

Weinstein, E. 2017. The author responds. The CPA Journal (February): 17.

Weinstein, E. A. 2010. When it comes to fraud, it's better to be safe than sorry. The CPA Journal (December): 6-9.

Weinstein, E. A. 2013. The hazards of reciprocal transactions: Identifying and accounting for increasingly common arrangements. The CPA Journal (February): 56-60.

Weinstein, E. A. 2016. Disentangling from onerous New York State CPA licensing requirements. The CPA Journal (December): 24-27.

Weinstein, E. A. and S. Goldstein. 2016. Sustainability - Not GAAP measurement. The CPA Journal (June): 6-8.

Weinstock, D. 2008. Life insurance is now taxable? The CPA Journal (September): 46-47.

Weinstock, I. 2015. Tax issues with revocable trusts at the grantor's death. The CPA Journal (September): 56-57.

Weirich, T. R. and A. Reinstein. 2014. The PCAOB's proposed new audit report. The CPA Journal (April): 24-29.

Weiss, J. M. 2011. Implementing IFRS curriculum into accounting programs. The CPA Journal (April): 62-63.

Weitsen, P. A. 2016. Changes to Social Security optimization strategies. The CPA Journal (February): 61.

Wells, J. T. 2009. Mortgage fraud. The CPA Journal (February): 6-11.

Wells, J. T. 2009. Practical and ethical considerations in fraud examination. The CPA Journal (June): 56-58.

Wells, J. T. 2010. Ponzis and pyramids. The CPA Journal (February): 6-10.

Wells, W. and T. Zupanc. 2008. The domestic production deduction and sole proprietors. The CPA Journal (January): 44-47.

Werner, C. A. 2009. Accountant confidentiality. The CPA Journal (June): 62-67.

Werner, C. A. 2012. IFRS for privately owned businesses. The CPA Journal (August): 6, 8-9.

Werner, R. R. 2017. How to protect against common cyberattacks and insure against potential losses. The CPA Journal (March): 16-21.

West, A. and R. Ries. 2017. Top challenges facing not-for-profit CFOs today. The CPA Journal (April): 6-8.

Whitehead, R. 2011. Retiree benefits bankruptcy protection act means what it says: Fairness and equity. The CPA Journal (March): 62-65.

Whitehead, R. and P. Spikes. 2010. Nurse wins favorable ruling on deducting MBA educational expenses. The CPA Journal (June): 54-57.

Whitehead, R. and T. Oxner. 2010. IRS access to tax workpapers: Implications of the First Circuit ruling on Textron. The CPA Journal (October): 44-47.

Wilkins, A. M. and A. L. Haun. 2014. Reframing the discussion on internal control. The CPA Journal (October): 48-51.

Williams, J. I., P. J. Korb, J. N. Sigler and T. E. Vermeer. 2009. How deductions, credits, and other benefits impact the actual marginal rate. The CPA Journal (June): 44-46.

Williams, S. L. 2011. The case of Phar-Mor Inc: Could SOX have prevented the fraud? The CPA Journal (September): 58-63.

Willits, S. D. and C. Nicholls. 2014. Is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act working? The CPA Journal (April): 38-43.

Wills, M., B. M. Bird and M. Sinkey. 2014. Structuring a bona fide sale of excess or slow-moving inventory for tax purposes. The CPA Journal (March): 44-47.

Wilson, J. H. and W. G. Droms. 2009. Life cycle investing. The CPA Journal (April): 52-53.

Wilson, M. 2013. Short-term changes to CPA practices due to IFRS: Assessing their likelihood and uncovering potential opportunities. The CPA Journal (January): 60-62. Clarification. 2013. The CPA Journal (March): 10.

Witherspoon, C. L. 2010. Creating compelling client communications. The CPA Journal (April): 10-12.

Witner, L. and T. Krumwiede. 2014. Understanding the net investment income tax. The CPA Journal (September): 40-47.

Witner, L. H. and M. Lynch. 2010. IRS guidance for Ponzi scheme losses. The CPA Journal (February): 39-43.

Wolfish, R. G. 2008. United States-Canada income tax treaty update. The CPA Journal (October): 56-57.

Wolfson, J., C. Crawford, B. N. Cooper and W. Donnay. 2010. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act: A regulatory overhaul for Wall Street and banks. The CPA Journal (October): 56-60.

Wong, J., S. Pippin, J. Weber and J. Bergner. 2016. The inclusion of sustainability in the accounting curriculum. The CPA Journal (June): 64-67.

Wu, A. J. 2008. Integrating the AICPA core competencies into classroom teaching. The CPA Journal (August): 64-67.

Wunder, H. 2016. Tax aspects of investing in REITs and REMICs. The CPA Journal (October): 38-43.

Wunder, H. F. 2008. Comparing state taxes when making business decisions. The CPA Journal (March): 38-47.

Wunder, H. F. 2013. Modifications to state tax systems: Exploring the effects on companies' multistate conduct. The CPA Journal (May): 32-45.

Wunder, H. F. 2014. Essential tax aspects of hedge fund investments. The CPA Journal (September): 34-39.

Yamamura, J. H. and F. H. Grupe. 2008. Ethical considerations for providing professional services online. The CPA Journal (May): 62-64.

Yamamura, J. H., C. A. Birk and B. J. Cossitt. 2010. Attracting and retaining talent: The importance of first impressions. The CPA Journal (April): 58-60.

Yeaton, K. 2008. Recruiting and managing the 'why?' generation: Gen Y. The CPA Journal (April): 68-72.

Yeaton, K. 2015. A new world of revenue recognition: Revenue from contracts with customers. The CPA Journal (July): 50-54.

Yokomoto, K. L. 2010. 2010 estate tax repeal, basis rules, and reporting requirements. The CPA Journal (December): 46-49.

Zarb, B. J. 2010. Like-kind 1031 exchanges with aircraft. The CPA Journal (April): 38-41.

Zarb, B. J. 2011. Double tax treaties the basics and benefits. The CPA Journal (March): 50-53.

Zarb, B. J. and P. Jagolinzer. 2008. What are students taught in international accounting courses? The CPA Journal (September): 60-65.

Zeff, S. A. 2005. The evolution of U.S. GAAP: The political forces behind professional standards: Part 1: 1930-1973. The CPA Journal (January): 18-27.

Zeff, S. A. 2005. The evolution of U.S. GAAP: The political forces behind professional standards: Part 2: 1973-2004. The CPA Journal (February): 18-20.

Zeiger, S. S. 2016. Using the wealth gradient in mortality for better policy performance. The CPA Journal (September): 60-63.

Zeske, B. and M. D. Akers. 2012. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: An examination of cases and enforcement actions. The CPA Journal (February): 60-65.

Zhang, J. and K. Pany. 2008. Current research questions on internal control over financial reporting under Sarbanes-Oxley. The CPA Journal (February): 42-45.

Zikmund, P. E. 2008. Reducing the expectation gap. The CPA Journal (June): 20-25.

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Note: This publication has had many name changes. The following information from the Proquest site is a bit confusing.

Bulletin of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (until 1931); Bulletin - New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (until 1934); New York Certified Public Accountant (until 1970); CPA (until 1971); The CPA (until 1975); The CPA Journal (until 1975).

Apparently the first issue with the title "The CPA Journal" was the September 1971 issue, but Proquest shows that this was volume 41. So the first issue titled Bulletin of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants was published in 1931.

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