KPMG announces 2018 'Data and Analytics' master's program

The second annual class will feature 135 students in the “future-ready” course.

Missing pieces for a home office deduction

A Tax Court case parses the rules behind whether a C corp can deduct mortgage payments.

Mixed results seen in early revenue recognition standards implementation

Businesses that were early adopters of the new rules have been running into some issues with regulators and investors.

Tax pros rate the season so far: ‘Much busier, much sooner’

Many preparers report a flood of early clients with questions about tax reform.

QuickBooks Online Accountant can now manage non-QuickBooks clients

The move is part of Intuit’s open-platform strategy.

Key considerations and potential pitfalls in accounting firm M&A transactions

The wrong partner dynamics can torpedo (or at least slow down) a deal.

Vertex snags former Microsoft tax counsel Mike Bernard

He will serve as the new chief tax officer for transaction tax, following the retirement of Peggi Rockefeller.

In the blogs: Semi-reformal

More rush regulation; figuring reasonable compensation; software versus you; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

Alphabets and Twitters of world may face EU 3% revenue tax

Large digital companies operating in the European Union could face a tax on their gross revenue based on users’ locations.

Bloomberg Tax releases new leased asset accounting tool

This offering will help companies start the ASC 842 compliance process; a full-service solution will debut in the fall.