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.

IRS offers relief to taxpayers with family HSAs

The Internal Revenue Service is granting relief to taxpayers who have family coverage under a high deductible health plan and who contribute to a health savings account.

If you’re not the boss of me, then who is?

Building a culture of accountability is critical for professional services firms.

People & firms on the move: TrinSoft helps grant wishes at Dream Factory gala

RSM director confirmed as USDA Administrator in White House; NJCPA awards $375,000 in scholarships; and more personnel and CPA office news.

Trump tax windfall going to capex way faster than stock buybacks

Chalk up a win for capital expenditures.

Paint maker PPG continues to investigate accounting irregularities

PPG, a Pittsburgh-based paint manufacturer, said Friday it plans to book between $80 million and $85 million in restructuring costs and lay off approximately 1,100 employees, a week after the company revealed it’s probing an accounting problem that had been uncovered through an internal reporting system.

ITA welcomes new member firms

The Information Technology Alliance’s new members were announced at its Spring Collaborative in Nashville.

Congressional staff aims to finish technical corrections to tax reform bill

They hope to have it in legislative form by the end of the year. But that doesn’t mean it’s going to pass anytime soon.

Fortune names 2018 Best Companies in Consulting and Professional Services

A number of accounting firms were featured on the list for keeping their staff ‘happy and motivated.’

Deloitte to collaborate with Amazon on IoT analytics

The Big 4 firm will work with Amazon Web Services on ways to track an organization’s most important assets.