Florida Tech to offer forensic accounting degree

The college will offer a new M.S. in the growing field of study beginning Fall 2017.


Preempt debuts Any App, an agnostic secure authentication tool

The product, which can be implemented across on-premise and cloud systems, uses behavioral firewalls to protect organizations.


AICPA’s Melancon sees future for AI bots in accounting

American Institute of CPAs president and CEO Barry Melancon discussed the use of artificial intelligence, bots and other advanced technology, along with the future role of accountants, at the AICPA’s Spring Meeting of Council in Washington, D.C., on Monday.


HMWC participates in Blind Children's Learning Center 5K walk

The California firm saw staff members and their families volunteer for the event and raised $2,500.


Vena Solutions introduces resource library, integration with MS Office 365

Templates submitted to Vena Exchange will be curated by a solutions architecture team and reviewed by users.


Roger CPA Review awards 2017 scholarships

Twenty-five recipients will receive financial aid to go towards CPA Exam preparation.


AICPA transitions its budget to a new international association

The American Institute of CPAs presented its budget and finances at its Spring Meeting of Council in Washington, D.C., on Monday as the organization undergoes a transformation into an international association with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.


Accounting firms see consulting revenue surpass $20 billion

The consulting arms of U.S. accounting firms grew by 10.2 percent to $21.5 billion in 2016, compared to growth of 7.1 percent to $58.7 billion in in the overall consulting market, according to a new report.


What reform will mean for tax pros

The Trump administration’s proposals may create opportunities for practitioners.


Trump seeks $3.6 trillion in cuts to reshape U.S. government, relies on tax reform

President Donald Trump would dramatically reduce the U.S. government’s role in society with $3.6 trillion in spending cuts over the next 10 years in a budget plan that shrinks the safety net for the poor, recent college graduates and farmers.