by Jason Bramwell on Oct 28, 2014
A new survey from Wolters Kluwer, CCH found that 18 percent of all accountants report feeling "very prepared" to address the most significant trends facing their firms in the future.
by Terry Sheridan on Oct 28, 2014
Despite all the assurances, many are still nervous about cloud security. A high-security option actually bypasses the cloud for file sharing, and for some firms, it may be a helpful alternative.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 28, 2014
The menu for Oct. 28 features specials on Hungary softens proposed tax on Internet use, government lawyers go private to help inversions succeed, San Francisco calls “Twitter tax break” a success, and more.
by Mary Ellen Biery on Oct 28, 2014
Industry experts say that while every firm is different, many make common mistakes that cost them good people. Here are three sure-fire ways for accounting firms to lose their top talent.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 27, 2014
The menu for Oct. 27 features specials on FATCA may be to blame for more Americans renouncing citizenship, roundup of IRS technical guidance issued last week, auditor fined for violating partner rotation law, and more.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 27, 2014
The expense management and reimbursement tool rolls the whole process of filing and approving expenses into one platform, which can be accessed via a mobile app or through a secure website.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 24, 2014
The menu for Oct. 24 features specials on federal judge throws out lawsuits against IRS, KPMG audit deficiency rate was 46% in 2013, another tax inversion deal dies, Mary Crotty is new COO of FAF, and more.
by Bryce Sanders on Oct 23, 2014
Where do you get your referrals from? You probably have a couple of good sources, but chances are you don't know about all the referral possibilities. Don't leave money on the table.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 23, 2014
The menu for Oct. 23 features specials on SEC and Big Four Chinese firms continue talks over audit documents, Tesco chair resigns amid accounting mess, Mylan and Abbott tweak tax deal, and more.
by Terry Sheridan on Oct 23, 2014
Some IT companies are advancing while others are stuck in ivory towers. What does that say about them—and what do your technology choices say about your firm? Are you going with the winners?
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 22, 2014
The menu for Oct. 22 features specials on IRS chief warns of complicated 2015 filing season, FASB continues efforts to reduce complexity, AICPA elects new board chair, inversion lobbying booms, and more.
by John Stokdyk on Oct 22, 2014
News from the QuickBooks Connect conference in San Jose. Intuit has given QuickBooks Online Accountant (QBOA) a major overhaul with features that will gladden the hearts of professional users.
by Nate Stewart on Oct 22, 2014
Technology has a record of disrupting tried-and-true methods of operation in ways that we often don't foresee. It happened to TV thanks to HBO, and now it's happening in accounting.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 21, 2014
According to the staffing firm's recently released "2015 Salary Guide," some of the most in-demand accounting and finance jobs are bookkeeping clerk, accountant, and financial analyst.
by Jason Bramwell on Oct 21, 2014
The menu for Oct. 21 features specials on AICPA responds to EEOC scrutiny of firms’ retirement-age policies, AbbVie-Shire inversion deal officially bites the dust, IRS behind on ID cards, and more.

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