Republicans face tough choice: Repeal Obamacare or cut taxes

After the collapse of the Obamacare repeal, Republicans may have to choose between pursuing another health bill or pushing through a tax overhaul this year, because there’s almost certainly not enough time to do both.

Surgent adds 'University Pass' to CPA Exam prep course

The update will add more learning features for educators and students in the cloud-based study platform.

Three things that aren't your firm's culture

Creating a cultural foundation requires more than just slogans.

Protecting clients from their families

For many, the biggest threat to their wealth is their relatives.

The Spirit of Accounting: To FASB — what’s the point of your power if you don’t apply it to real problems?

Nothing stands in the standard-setters way except itself.

Workiva offers data integration with more than 100 apps

Workiva customers can use a Wdesk connector or build their own integrations through the Wdesk API.

Getting conference calls right

For a practice that conducts a lot of remote meetings, free conference call services are available that are on par with pricier platforms.

House Republicans recommit to passing tax-law overhaul this year

Republican congressional leaders doubled down on their pledge to overhaul the U.S. tax code by the end of the year after party leaders abandoned a proposal to tax companies’ domestic sales and imports.

Koch network readies push for lower taxes after border tax kill

After times of only tepid support for President Donald Trump’s agenda, the billionaire Koch brothers are putting their financial muscle behind the White House’s plan to overhaul U.S. taxes.

44% income tax rate backed by Bannon isn’t on table: Trump aide

A top income-tax rate of 44 percent for Americans earning more than $5 million per year isn’t under consideration, a White House official said Monday, knocking down a proposal said to be backed by top Trump adviser Steve Bannon.