No more ‘one-person conspiracies’

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


Are you ready for the skills revolution?

As the technology revolution takes hold, MACPA chief Tom Hood explores the new skills accountants will need to learn.


Appropriations bill changes partnership audit regime

The $1.3 trillion omnibus appropriations bill passed by Congress last week includes some modifications to the Internal Revenue Service’s centralized audit regime for auditing large partnerships.


The why, what and how of CAS

Client accounting services are the new revenue segment you cannot afford to miss.


Eide Bailly partners with cybersecurity company Secuvant

The move is part of the firm’s years-long strategy of building its security offerings through acquisitions and partnerships.


N.J.’s riskiest budget in a decade counts on tax-shy contingent

Governor Phil Murphy’s progressive agenda, outlined in his first New Jersey budget, depends on approval of $1.5 billion in new riches from Democratic lawmakers reluctant to increase residents’ financial burden in one of the highest-taxed U.S. states.


Bigger = better? You bet it is

This perspective has been written for CEOs at CPA firms doing $50 million to $100 million in annual revenue with quality profits per partner who want to make their firms bigger, better, stronger and more profitable.


Product News: Sage donates people management software to nonprofits

Veem and BlueVine partner up, and DocStar updates Dynamics GP integration.


Accountants may benefit from Dodd-Frank changes

The Senate’s recent passage of legislation exempting smaller financial institutions from some requirements could help clients.


Amazon effect: Business with least amount of friction wins

Clients really want to do more business with you. Don’t make it difficult for them.