House passes disaster tax relief bill for hurricane victims

The House passed legislation Thursday that provides some tax relief to victims of the recent spate of hurricanes.

AICPA announces 2017-18 Accountemps Scholarship winners

Four students will receive $10K each for showing promise as future CPA leaders.

Ineffective partners and how to deal with them

When others in the firm see ineffective partners endure year after year and overstay their welcome, it’s demoralizing.

Firms on the move: Armanino invites employees to ‘unplug’

PICPA honors 35 young leaders; TIGTA awarded 2017 Service to America Medal; and more news from institutes and CPA offices across the country.

Senate budget allows $1.5T tax cut, not full ACA repeal

Senate Republicans unveiled a fiscal 2018 budget resolution Friday that they intend to use to push through as much as $1.5 trillion of tax cuts in the coming months, but it won’t allow the GOP to pursue a full repeal of Obamacare.

Product News: QuickBooks Online Accountant now has an apps tab

Host Analytics releases newest version of financial planning software, and Chrome River snags a university customer.

Practice Profile: The Siegfried Group is in a league of its own

Bucking tradition for a bold new model, the firm has carved out a unique niche.

Tax Fraud Blotter: Fake returns, only $3,000!

Fraud takes a holiday; O Pioneer; a lesson in tax evasion; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

Trump’s tax cut fate in the hands of these six key GOP senators

President Donald Trump and Republican leaders unveiled a nine-page framework to rewrite the nation’s tax code this week to rave reviews from within their party. But now the hard part starts—with the tax-writing committees in the House and Senate tasked with settling some of the most divisive issues.

People on the move: Crowe Horwath elects new CEO

Baker Neman Noyes hires 23 and promotes 19; the NSA installs new executive committee; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.