Villanova announces Master's of Accounting with Data Analytics program

The University will introduce a more future-forward curriculum for seniors beginning Fall 2018.

CAQ and SEC Historical Society mark Sarbanes-Oxley’s 15th anniversary

The Center for Audit Quality and the Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society are celebrating the 15th anniversary of the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act with a series of videos featuring commentary from several accounting, finance and auditing experts.

New bill would stymie state taxation of online sales

Congress examines a proposal that would ‘codify Quill.’

Tax Strategy: Partnership agreements need to reflect the new audit regime, now

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015’s controversial rules kick in starting on Jan. 1, 2018.

PCAOB sanctions Crowe Horwath Hong Kong

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is disciplining Crowe Horwath’s member firm in Hong Kong for refusing to turn over audit work papers.

AutoEntry now integrates with AccountsIQ

The automated bookkeeping tool uses AI to pull data from document images, inputting it directly into the cloud-based financial analysis and accounting tool.

Is audit ready for blockchain?

In order to use the new, highly secure technology, the foundation needs to be laid.

AICPA issues standard for audits of exempt securities

The American Institute of CPAs has released a new standard that provides guidance to auditors about their responsibilities when auditing securities exempt from registration under the Securities Act of 1933 and franchise offerings known as exempt offerings.

Individual tax reform may take ‘two or more years,’ says BofA

The sweeping changes the Trump administration hopes to make to individual taxes will likely be a long time coming, Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s municipal research strategy team led by Philip Fischer writes in a report.

Diversity: It’s (past) time to step it up

Indiana CPA Society CEO and president Gary Bolinger on the necessity of a more inclusive profession.