September 2011 issue

Accounting Methods Spotlight

This month's features:

  • Treasury and IRS publish 2011-2012 Priority Guidance Plan
  • AICPA provides comments on ways to make Schedule M-3 less burdensome
  • IRS drops schedule M-3 supporting attachment requirement for required R&D costs
  • IRS publishes audit technique guide for attorneys and law firms
  • Final regulations on post-reorganization accounting method changes modify rules
  • IRS issues guidance regarding income from telephone excise tax refunds
  • First Circuit affirms that a covenant not to compete is an amortizable intangible

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