NCDoR Announces Vendor Certification for Corporate E-Filing

The North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) has announced that corporate electronic filing is now officially available for taxpayers and tax professionals. Effective this month, NCDOR is successfully processing eFiled corporate tax returns. Three eFile providers, Wolters Kluwer, Drake Software, and Thomson Reuters have completed the required functionality testing and are now certified to transmit […]

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NCACPA Featured in July 1 Associations Now Article for ‘Turning Member Numbers into Knowledge’

On July 1, NCACPA was featured in an Associations Now article titled “Organize and Visualize: Turning Member Numbers into Knowledge.” The article, which featured NCACPA Director of Finance and Administration Nikki Vann, CPA, and Debbie King, CEO of analytics firm DSK Solutions, followed NCACPA’s year-long project get member data both centralized and accessible via interactive dashboards […]

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NCACPA To Host Fourth Annual CPA Day of Service September 18, 2015

On September 18, 2015, members of the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA) from all across the state will take to their communities to participate in the annual CPA Day of Service. CPAs from all around North Carolina will participate in various volunteer activities on an individual, chapter, or company basis. The inaugural […]

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NC Governor Pat McCrory Proclaims September 18, 2015 as CPA Day of Service

It’s official! North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed the proclamation document officially proclaiming September 18, 2015 as CPA Day of Service in North Carolina. This is the fourth consecutive year that a proclamation for this event has been signed by a North Carolina governor. McCrory’s proclamation displays his support of the profession, and further underscores […]

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ASU 2015-05—Cloudy with a Chance of Software

By Jonathan Kraftchick Currently, there is no guidance on how to account for fees paid in a cloud computing arrangement (ex. software as a service). As the contracts have become increasingly frequent, divergence in practice from cloud customers has grown, as have costs to determine how to account for these fees. Previous guidance was aimed […]

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