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.

IRS overlooks fraudulent ITIN applications

The Internal Revenue Service’s processes for assigning Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers don’t always manage to identify fraudulent or incomplete applications, according to a new report.

COSO drafts guidance for managing environmental risks

The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission, in collaboration with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, released draft guidance Wednesday for applying COSO’s enterprise risk management framework to environmental, social and governance risks.

Attrition and your 2018 revenue goals

Art Kuesel on how staying engaged with clients can be the difference between an ‘achievable’ goal and one that’s ‘out of whack.’

Sage to host a series of one-day events

The Sage Sessions will provide education, training and networking opportunities around North America.

NASBA and AICPA update Uniform Accountancy Act

The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the American Institute of CPAs have released the eighth edition of the Uniform Accountancy Act, with some important changes, particularly related to “retired accountants” and continuing professional education.

Accountants Confidence Index — February 2018

The Accountants Confidence Index made the strongest gains in its history.

FreshBooks is rebuilt, adds 65+ apps and integrations

The accounting software platform started with 16 app partners.

Practice management systems go head to head

Accounting Today’s comparison guide to the leading PM packages for accountants.