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RIA Checkpoint

Checkpoint integrates content from RIA, WG&L, PPC, IBFD, EBIA and BNA with primary sources including AICPA, SEC, GAAP, FASB, GASB, IASB and more. The Newsstand tab contains tax news headlines and news content such as RIA Daily Update, BNA Daily Tax Report, BNA International Tax Monitor, IBFD Tax News Service, and PPC's Daily Update.

Checkpoint allows you to choose to search:

  • By Practice Area
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  • By Code, Cases, Rulings,
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  • By Accounting Standards and Regulations
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September 13, 2010


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