Pass-throughs just got much more complicated

The deduction under new Code Sec. 199A comes with a host of calculations.

Oak Street Funding debuts CPA Practice Exchange site

Oak Street Funding, a unit of First Financial Bank that offers commercial financing for businesses, has opened a new website that allows CPAs to list or search for accounting practices for sale.

Nexia sees 13% rise in global revenue

Nexia International, a network of accounting and consulting firms, reported total fee income of $3.62 billion for 2017, a 13 percent increase over the results across its network for 2016.

What Super Bowl tickets can teach accountants about pricing

When the New England Patriots faced the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX in 2015, average ticket prices right before the big game topped $5,600, according to published reports.

Paychex sees rebound in small business job growth in January

Employment and wage growth at small businesses grew this month, according to payroll giant Paychex.

Illinois CPA Society holds 2018 'Internship Preparation' program

Over two dozen minority accounting students took part in the three-day event featuring sessions with top firms.

SEC chief accountant for enforcement Michael Maloney departing

Michael F. Maloney, the chief accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement, is leaving the SEC in February.

Closing the productivity gap

The office of finance is the natural hub for the adoption and management of technology that can help change the tide of decreasing worker output.

Trump connects presidency with prosperity in ‘American moment’

Donald Trump sought to connect his presidency to the nation’s prosperity in his first State of the Union address, arguing that the U.S. has arrived at a “new American moment” of wealth and opportunity.

RSM US to acquire SecureState

RSM US LLP has signed an agreement to add the leaders and staff of SecureState, a security and privacy consulting firm based in Cleveland, and acquire substantially all of its assets.