Member Since: Apr 13th 2015
Jan 5th 2021
Glad to hear it, however since we are a website solely aimed at professional accountants and their "business" is in fact their accounting practice, the author had no other business in mind but we do wish you luck in your new business
Dec 16th 2020
different type of "estate" planning there, but we do have articles about clients in real estate
Jun 19th 2020
Thank you for your thoughts, Vinny. This is an open forum and all ideas are of course welcome, provided everything remains civil. The point of the blog was just to say how as a profession, we could do better. Recent events only put more of a spotlight on ourselves as people, and yes the profession too. If you think the issue itself has to do with one incident, this is the larger problem in our country that needs addressed and why there is activism. But, for our profession, the facts are it could be more diverse and mentoring is one way the author suggests doing so.
Oct 21st 2019
Thank you for your feedback. We will let the author answer that more fully, but the intent here with that line was deliberately open-ended. As much as we want our content to advise, we also want it to inspire discussion and debate amongst professionals
Aug 13th 2019
Hey Jeff. This is what EVERY accountant wants, and has for years. We are trying to build a bit of a database of such reviews, but they are hard to come by. They vary so much that in the end they provide less direction than hoped. We have articles that advise just going with something that makes the most sense and works with what core systems you already have. Nothing is so head and shoulders above anything, just personal taste and again cost and integration are key factors. It just needs to do what you need it to do, or mostly
Nov 26th 2018
The SEC investigation was a seperate, and obviously larger issue, during which it unveiled this tax issue to which our writer wanted to make a point of in his ongoing coverage of relevant Tax Court cases
Nov 1st 2018
The TCJA has impacted tax pros and bookkeepers alike, so why not see how you can take advantage of the changes, of which there will likely be more! Thinking of making a move? Has this series helped you? Let us know
Nov 1st 2018
I wanted to say that this has been a truly engaging series from Liz and if Any of you have other horror stories to share, or if you can relate to hers, feel free to Comment here.
Oct 2nd 2018
The author says: It does not appear that the situation you described would qualify as deductible alimony. For instance, payment isn't being made under a divorce or separation agreement.
Aug 1st 2018
All of our posts are meant to be "consumable" as they are not detailed reports but rather smart facts and tips to provide direction and confidence to practicing accounting professionals. We do often have more detailed, downloadable guides, usually located in our Resources section. https://www.accountingweb.com/more/resources