Law & Ethics

Is It Time for Value-Centered Accounting?
 

Is It Time for Value-Centered Accounting?

Posted: October 10, 2016
There are many schools of thought on the best ways to make ethical decisions. In this article, take a look at a few and see how a value-centered approach can work well for accountants.

When You’re Faced with an Unethical Situation
 

When You’re Faced with an Unethical Situation

Posted: March 21, 2016
You hope it never happens to you; but, for some, it may be a question of “when” and not “if.” If you are confronted with an unethical workplace situation, it is invaluable to know just how to react.

Generational Ethics: Are We Really That Different?
 

Generational Ethics: Are We Really That Different?

Posted: November 19, 2015
Psychological differences between generations is not a new concept. Let’s examine each of the generations, including their common values, similarities and differences, from an ethical perspective.

Guidance on Requests for Comfort Letters
 

Guidance on Requests for Comfort Letters

Posted: July 29, 2014
Now available: A brochure that you download, print out and provide to clients to explain what information you can and can't provide on their behalf.

Update on Client Record Retention
 

Update on Client Record Retention

Posted: May 6, 2011
CPAs' retention of client records has long been a hot topic for the New Jersey Society of CPAs Professional Conduct Committee and an area of confusion for CPAs.