Rejoicing over reduced regs

The Treasury aims to kill proposed Section 2704 rules


IRS manages to make e-Services transition after all

The Internal Revenue Service said Monday that it was able to transition most of its e-Services user applications to a new platform over the weekend, although it reiterated its warning Friday of delays in moving to new authentication technology.


ACCA debuts new education module on ethics and professional skills

The redesigned section is geared at preparing potential Chartered Certified Accountants for the new strategic professional exam.


The Spirit of Accounting: Why are we still so critical of the financial accounting status quo?

In the second of a series of articles, Profs. Miller and Bahnson explore a new paradigm for corporate reporting.


Objective CPAs should oversee elections

Who better than accountants to bring clarity, professionalism and ethics to voting?


House said to consider five-year phase-in for corporate tax cut

House tax writers are discussing a gradual phase-in for the corporate tax-rate cut that President Donald Trump and Republican leaders want—a schedule that would have the rate reach 20 percent in 2022, according to a member of the chamber’s tax-writing committee and a person familiar with the discussions.


Deloitte and Sadler Gibb top SEC client rankings

In Q3 2017, the Big Four firm is in the lead for the second quarter in a row.


Think before you build

Is a financial planning practice right for you?


Nov. 1, 2027: A day in the life of the future accountant

Technology is going to radically reshape the profession in the next decade.


Build a strong firm culture

Pay attention to three critical elements: doctrine, leadership and ritual.