Trump attacks the ‘AmazonWashingtonPost’ over taxes

Donald Trump attacked the entity he referred to as the “AmazonWashingtonPost” in a tweet Wednesday morning, the latest attempt by the president to cast Amazon Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos’s ownership of the Washington Post in a nefarious light.

Steger Gowie merges with Merves Amon & Barsz

Pennsylvania accounting firms Steger Gowie & Co. and Merves Amon & Barsz plan to merge July 1 to create a combined firm known as Barsz Gowie Amon & Fultz LLC.

Corker says GOP to scrap health bill's repeal of investment tax

Republican Senator Bob Corker said Thursday that he expects GOP leaders to scrap a provision in their health bill that would repeal a tax on investment income that affects high-income earners.

Avalara certifies 22 new integrations

The tax compliance software company now offers over 550 pre-built software partnerships.

Nonprofits face challenges with operating reserves and liquidity

Nonprofits are confronting a host of challenges, including the threat of spending cuts from the federal government that could severely tighten their budgets and ability to serve their communities.

The Neat Company gets rid of scanners

It will now solely focus on its cloud software for automating small business bookkeeping and financial workflows.

GOP leaders delay health bill vote until after July 4 recess

Senate leaders put off a vote on the Republicans’ health-care bill until after the July 4 recess amid growing opposition from GOP members to the plan drafted in secret by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Baker Newman Noyes holds third annual 'Pre-Internship' event

The Maine firm invited 40 New England accounting students for their third annual three-day retreat.

Hockey team’s pregame meals fully deductible as de minimis fringe benefit

The Tax Court has ruled that the owners of the Boston Bruins professional hockey team may deduct the entire cost of away game pregame meals as a de minimis fringe benefit.

McConnell scrambles to win GOP votes on troubled health bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may have bought himself some time by delaying a vote on his embattled health-care bill, but he faces a difficult and narrow path in trying to deliver on seven years of promises to repeal Obamacare and its taxes.