New startup Teampay integrates chatbots into expense management

The company provides a chatbot that lets employees request and receive company money up front, rather than completing an expense report later.


Firms on the move: St. Louis firms honored for Women in the Workplace

Prager Metis creates new staffing company; Armanino schedules four community service vacations for employees; and more news from CPA offices across the country.


Mueller adds charges for ex-Trump aide Gates as plea seen near

The Special Counsel filed conspiracy and false-statement counts against the former campaign official.


4 ways client tax documents are at risk

Identifying areas of vulnerability is the first step to addressing the cybersecurity problem.


People on the move: Gelman announces new MP

Brown Smith Wallace promotes six; CSH names manufacturing and distribution chair; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.


Craziest business expenses of the year

Certify, a business expense software provider, has released its annual list of the top 10 craziest business expenses of 2017, and they include some doozies.


Intuit sees rise in TurboTax sales so far this tax season

The software maker’s results contrast with preliminary data from the Internal Revenue Service.


Gates guilty plea strengthens U.S. hand against Manafort

As the newest cooperator for Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the former Trump campaign aide gives prosecutors a powerful weapon in a tax-related case.


Helping small business clients through 2018’s top regulatory issues

SMBs don’t have the resources to make sense of the changing regulatory landscape, so it’s important to help them understand current laws.


March 1 deadline for farmers, fishers to avoid quarterly payments

The IRS is reminding farming and fishing taxpayers of a helpful rule.