Fundbox creates plug-in for accounting software

Fuse allows software providers to integrate the credit access solution with three lines of code.

GM, Ford miss out on tax benefit Trump hands to foreign foes

Tax cuts signed by an America First president are turning out to be a major boon to some of the world’s biggest automakers—except those based in the U.S.

10 new things in tech: The next wave of security

Help with the digital transformation, blocking malware, keeping a respectable social media presence, and other important developments in technology that may affect firms and their clients.

Gusto introduces Gusto for Partners

The new dashboard allows accountants to offer concierge-supported payroll and HR services to their clients.

Trump is said to pick Beverly Hills tax lawyer to run IRS

President Donald Trump plans to nominate California tax attorney Charles “Chuck” Rettig to head the Internal Revenue Service as it implements the nation’s tax code revamp, according to a person familiar with the deliberations.

How the new tax law will affect your clients’ S corporations

With the passage of the sweeping tax overhaul, small businesses and entrepreneurs are scrambling to understand how the changes will affect them.

IRS increases fees on advance pricing agreements

The Internal Revenue Service said Tuesday that fees multinational business taxpayers pay to request a unilateral or bilateral advance pricing agreement will be increasing.

Tax reform complicates divorce

Changes to the treatment of alimony will have a big impact.

Kerr rejoins NAEA as EVP

He returns to the association after a stint with a tax prep chain.

IRS retirement plan limits aren’t affected by new tax law

The Internal Revenue Service said Tuesday that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 won’t affect the tax year 2018 dollar limitations for retirement plans the IRS had announced last year.