Roger CPA Review awards 2017 scholarships

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

What reform will mean for tax pros

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

Art of Accounting: Clients are our barometers

There are two types of accountants—those who do their work with blinders and those with wide-open eyes. Both can do competent jobs for their clients, but the ones with the wide-open eyes grow and can do far better work for their clients.

KPMG breaks ground on new learning facility

KPMG LLP has begun construction on a $400 million, 55-acre facility for learning, development and technology innovation in Orlando, Florida.

AICPA names 2016 Public Service Award winner

The Institute recognized Louisiana CPA Joseph Zanco for his philanthropy and community leadership.

Scoping out the audit of the future

A virtual roundtable of experts looks at how technology and other trends are reshaping a core service of the accounting profession.

Puerto Rico's tax dodgers hide in plain sight on every corner

On Avenida Borinquen in San Juan, you can buy a DVD of “La La Land” or “Moonlight” for just $2. Cash only.

House GOP must bridge gaps on budget before moving to taxes

House Republicans say they aren’t close to agreeing on a budget blueprint they have to approve before they can move ahead with one of their top priorities: a tax overhaul.

7 ways to keep client data secure

Every accountant and tax pro should make these steps part of their cyber-security strategy.

H&R Block names interim CEO as Bill Cobb plans to retire

General counsel and chief admin officer Tom Gerke will take the reins in July.