Refunds and rip-offs: Are clients aware of scams?

Tax professionals are doing their best to warn the public, but it’s a never-ending task.

Your tax cut isn’t likely to be made permanent any time soon

House Republicans are approaching their next attempt at tax cuts the same way they did last year — by excluding Democrats from the process. But this time a party-line vote won’t be enough, and that may be the point.

In the blogs: Storm’s end

Simplicity of tax penalties; refund request after five years; amnesty national; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

IRS may modify Schedule UTP for uncertain tax positions

The Internal Revenue Service may be changing Schedule UTP, the Uncertain Tax Position Statement, which corporate taxpayers file with their Form 1120 tax returns, because it doesn’t contain enough information to be useful in compliance efforts, according to a new report.

IRS Return Review Program had mixed success in catching fraud

Late receipt of wage reporting documents is reducing the capabilities of a new system for deterring tax cheats.

Ted on Tech: Staying mobile on a budget

A review of wallet-friendly tablet and light laptop options for accountants on the go.

A #MeToo backlash is brewing in banking

Optimism that the #MeToo movement will have a positive influence is high among bankers who participated in a recent survey on sexual harassment. But there is also concern that it could lead to gender discrimination in hiring and mentoring.

Moss Adams buys Transacction Partners

The Top 100 Firm is acquiring a firm that specializes in outsourced finance and accounting services, effective April 1.

DHG podcast honors Women's History Month

Top 100 Firm Dixon Hughes Goodman highlighted notable female leaders this month as part of their Inclusion & Diversity Council.

The feel-good software

The Bonadio Group takes firm culture seriously — so seriously that not only did it find technology to help automate it, but it’s now offering that tool to clients.