Richest Americans doubt they’ll really win in Trump tax plan

President Donald Trump’s tax plan suggests that wealthy Americans could be in line for a boatload of breaks. At this point, the rich aren’t buying it.

GOP framework takes big step toward tax reform

The tax reform plan released Wednesday by Republican leaders and the Trump administration is more focused on corporate taxes than individual taxes, experts say.

Big Four, more named to Working Mother's '100 Best Companies'

A number of accounting firms were recognized for progressive programs committed to helping new parents.

IRS looking for help with tax treaty arbitration

The Internal Revenue Service is looking for people who are interested in serving as U.S. members of arbitration boards, along with non-U.S. citizens who would like to serve as arbitration board chairs, for U.S. tax treaties providing mandatory binding arbitration.

Trump tax plan to let Congress decide rate for top earners

President Donald Trump and Republican leaders launched an urgent effort to get a major legislative win this year, announcing a long-awaited tax plan that will immediately set off a fight over how much top earners should pay.

Republicans release tax plan framework

Republicans unveiled a framework for their long-awaited tax reform plan Wednesday, listing a series of tax cuts but with few details on how to raise revenue to pay for the cuts.

FloQast releases cloud connector for Oracle

The tool will be available for SAP and Microsoft ERP suites by the end of the year.

McCain urges bipartisan tax effort, echoing health demands

Senator John McCain of Arizona is laying down the same marker on tax legislation as he did on health care, demanding regular order and support from both parties.

The Tech Take: How one firm survived Harvey and Irma

PMB Helin Donovan’s Houston offices (and Atlanta-based data) emerged from hurricane season unscathed, due to a decision made three years ago to move to a cloud-hosted environment.

IRS mulls changes in advance pricing agreements

The Internal Revenue Service’s Advance Pricing and Mutual Agreement Program is looking for comments on a proposed revision to the template for advance pricing agreements.