Call for Submissions: Accounting Today's 2017 VAR 100

Accounting Today is calling for participants in its annual ranking the top value-added resellers of accounting and accounting-related software by revenue.


Eide Bailly to merge in Roth & Company

Top 100 firm Eide Bailly LLP plans to add Roth & Company PC, a firm based in Dubuque, Iowa, effective June 26.


Jim McGinnis to advise accountant team at TSheets

The Intuit veteran makes his next move.


NCCPAP takes its tax ideas to Washington

Representatives of the small-firm organization made their annual trip trek to D.C. to present reforms that would help members and their clients.


Big Bang ERP introduces SlackBot for NetSuite

The messenger bot pushes information between Slack and the ERP platform bidirectionally.


Private eye tried to get Trump’s tax info through IRS’s student loan tool

A private investigator in Baton Rouge, La., has been indicted for trying to use the Internal Revenue Service’s online data retrieval tool for student loan applications to access tax information from President Donald Trump.


AICPA reacts to Manchester terror attack and presses Congress on tax reform

The American Institute of CPAs observed a moment of silence at its Spring Meeting of Council in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday morning following the suicide bombing on Monday night at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.


AICPA advises on cybersecurity risk management

The association has published a guide on the subject to help CPAs figure out whether their clients’ web security programs are working or not.


Trump's path to a balanced budget paved with accounting gimmicks

Presidents have long used creative math and budget gimmicks to create the illusion that the trillions of dollars in spending they propose will somehow wind up reducing the deficit. Donald Trump’s $4.1 trillion budget is especially ambitious: It combines many of the tricks his predecessors tried over the years, and adds a few of his own.


3 key small business questions CPAs must be able to answer

Accounting professionals have the potential to become their clients’ most trusted advisors. Here’s how to achieve that trust.