Instagram posts will soon help sniff out tax fraud in India

A photo of your shiny new car or your chic holiday cottage may lead the taxman to your door.

Engaging the next generation

Baker Newman Noyes aims for immersion with its ‘Three-Day Experience’ pre-internship program.

Firms on the move: Withum adds finance transformation and CFO services

NYSSCPA hosts NextGen conference; CAQ commemorates SOX with video series; and more news from across the country.

Killing the border tax solved one problem. It may create several

Republican leaders billed their decision to abandon a controversial plan to tax companies’ domestic sales and imports as an essential step toward uniting their efforts to overhaul the U.S. tax code—but its death adds new complications to an already intricate task.

People on the move: KPMG hires team of transfer-pricing vets

RSM appoints Boston office partner; Weaver promotes seven to partnership; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.

Tax Fraud Blotter: Doctored books

Stolen ID scams; an embezzler sentenced; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

Obamacare repeal collapses as Senate GOP blocks health bill

A months-long effort by Senate Republicans to pass health legislation collapsed early Friday after GOP Senator John McCain joined two of his colleagues to block a stripped-down Obamacare repeal bill.

Offering advisory services: Taking a piecemeal or holistic approach

Survey data has shown that many firms derive very little revenue from value-added, consultative services.

Republican leaders release tax reform update

Republican leaders in Congress and the Trump administration released a joint statement Thursday on their progress on tax reform ahead of Congress’s August recess and the broad principles they plan to follow.

In the blogs: To have and withhold

Poker winnings and taxes; the costs of valuation mistakes; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.