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.

From strip clubs to massages: When clients are sexually inappropriate

It’s tough enough to grapple with sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s more complex when clients are involved.

IRS transcript system still vulnerable to cybercriminals

The new authentication process that was installed after a big data breach still isn’t protecting taxpayer info.

The 2018 IRS Dirty Dozen

The service’s annual list of the worst tax scams, frauds and general bad behavior.

IRS criminal referrals plummet to record low

The decline in the number of IRS criminal investigators has led to a drop in cases sent to the Justice Department.

Art of Accounting: Ruben’s A.U.D.I.T. method

Ruben Cardona is one of the best accountants I know. One day Ruben came up with his A.U.D.I.T acronym for the five steps of the audit process.

Filing deadline extended for Caribbean victims of Maria

The IRS has relief for those affected by the storm in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

Lawmakers introduce bill to reform the IRS

The leaders of a congressional subcommittee overseeing the Internal Revenue Service released draft legislation to overhaul the IRS for the first time since 1998.

No more ‘one-person conspiracies’

A Supreme Court ruling frees taxpayers from the worry of ‘felonizing’ their return, experts say.

Court rules ex-EY partner has right to accounting expert during PCAOB interview

A federal appeals court ruled in favor of a former Ernst & Young partner who had been suspended by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board for violating auditing standards, saying he was unjustly denied the right to use an accounting expert to help his lawyer during a PCAOB interview.