Hot wash that tax season away

Do a structured debrief right now — while the wounds are still fresh — to ensure busy season goes better next year and beyond.


IRS offers relief to employers claiming small business health care tax credits

The agency is giving a break to companies in counties where there’s no SHOP Marketplace coverage available.


Congressional chaplain forced out after prayer over tax law

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., demanded the resignation of a clergyman who asked lawmakers not to pick winners and losers in the TCJA.


Right Networks opens app ecosystem program

All 150 apps in directory integrate with QuickBooks Desktop via the cloud hosting provider.


Tax Fraud Blotter: Boosted and busted

No Silver Lining; $7 million in bogus credits; deducting bribes; and other highlights of recent tax cases.


IRS may add CIO after Tax Day crash

The Internal Revenue Service would be required to hire a chief information officer to overhaul its aging computer systems, under a bill passed last week by the House.


What the IRS website outage cost, in dollars

For a government that is trillions of dollars in debt, these numbers add up quickly.


Intuit saw uptick in TurboTax sales during tax season

Intuit reported a 6 percent increase in sales of its TurboTax Online consumer tax prep software, and a 4 percent increase in total TurboTax units sold during tax season this year, compared to last year.


SASB names former New York deputy mayor to succeed Bloomberg as chair

The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board Foundation has appointed Perella Weinberg Partners partner and CEO Robert K. Steel as its new chair, succeeding former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the founder and chief executive of Bloomberg LP. Steel previously worked under Bloomberg as deputy mayor.


Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE earns SAP certification

The worldwide certification verifies the solution’s seamless integration into the SAP Ariba environment.