U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia and Netherlands form international tax enforcement group

Leaders of tax enforcement authorities from the five countries have allied to create the Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement (or J5), to collaborate in fighting international and transnational tax crimes and money laundering.


4 ways outsourced accounting firms can lead client success past tax season

Moving through tax season affords accounting professionals an excellent platform to educate your clients about how best to approach their long game.


Repairing your financial planning practice

Does your wealth management division need fixing?


Pathways to growth: It’s time for firms to innovate

Accounting firms need to take steps to renew or refresh their service offerings.


Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert not nominated for second term

Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert hasn’t been nominated for a second four-year term at the firm, as typically occurs.


He said, She said: Not another bloody meeting!

August Aquila and Angie Grissom look at ways to make these banes of corporate life more productive.


Tax Fraud Blotter: My kids, honest!

Select falsehoods; buffet of crime; unmerrie melodies; and other highlights of recent tax cases.


SEC relaxes disclosure requirements for smaller companies

The Securities and Exchange Commission has decided to expand the number of companies that can qualify for scaled-back disclosure requirements.


New tax rules could make revitalization projects more viable

Bonus depreciation has changed tremendously over the past few years as companies use it to focus on revitalizing and rehabbing their companies and properties.


People on the move: DHG appoints chief compliance officer

BeachFleischman promotes three to shareholder; BerryDunn hires 17; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.