CPA executives concerned about hiring shortage

Business executives who are also CPAs cited the scarcity of skilled personnel as their top concern, according to a new survey by the American Institute of CPAs.

Trump’s tax-cut bid hits obstacle: Hurricane Harvey’s costs

Before President Donald Trump launched his latest call for major tax cuts, he took a moment to offer support to Texas and Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Disruption doesn’t have to be a dirty word for accountants

The ICPAS’s Todd Shapiro spots opportunities in change.

ACCA names top scores from June 2017 exam sitting

18 students from around the world were recognized from over 135K test-takers.

New Products: Meet Liscio

New client platforms, audit defenses, storytelling guides and more software, hardware, books and services for accountants.

Planning to become a better CPA

Professional growth doesn’t come from outside — it requires a strategy.

Conferences for the next generation of accountants

What the profession’s younger members want from meetings.

IRS details e-Services upgrades for tax pros

The Internal Revenue Service is planning a series of actions in the coming months to improve e-Services usability and security on the online apps.

Companies shouldn't rush to adopt new hedge accounting standard

The Financial Accounting Standards Board released its long-awaited hedge accounting standard this week, but companies may want to be careful about adopting it early, or else they could miss out on some one-time benefits.

Trump thanks Mnuchin and Ross for tax work—but not Gary Cohn

President Donald Trump singled out several top officials who accompanied him for a speech on overhauling the tax code on Wednesday, but didn’t mention his chief economic adviser, Gary Cohn, who has led the administration’s efforts.