AICPA and Ad Council launch new financial literacy game

Yesterday’s Tomorrow will teach millennials lifelong monetary decisions in an interactive experience.


Companies off to a slow start on lease accounting standard

Many companies are lagging behind on preparations for the new lease accounting standard as they are still working on the revenue recognition standard, according to a pair of new surveys.


Hot tax-avoidance plan joins millionaires, hedge funds, insurers

The new hot thing in tax avoidance has a boring old name: insurance dedicated funds.


In the blogs: Bruins 2, IRS 0

‘Nobody likes lawyers;’ attacks on the CBO; so you want to be a tax preparer?; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.


The 2022 accountant

How intelligent technology will help the professional of the future become the trusted advisor the accounting profession has been talking about for years.


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.


Corporate tax rate at 28% seen as more likely than historic cut

President Donald Trump has promised the largest tax cut in history, but for scores of the biggest U.S. corporations, it might be just a tax nick.


Art of Accounting: Getting started—how to determine your hourly rate

As a follow-up to last week’s column on determining what to charge, this column will explain a way to determine your hourly rate should you decide to bill using that method.


McConnell releases revised health care draft

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ken., has released a revised version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017, originally released last week.


GOP push for 20-year tax cut grows as Ryan seeks permanent fix

A Republican senator is building support to change budget rules in order to make temporary tax cuts last for two decades or more, but he has yet to convince a critical figure—House Speaker Paul Ryan.