10 tech stories you may have missed: Tax compliance vendors get busy

Software helps fight sales fraud, a crypto-surge and eight other recent technology developments and how they’ll impact your clients and your firm.


People on the move: EY appoints Americas vice chair of tax

RSM names national tax leader; Grant Thornton announces Northeast managing partner; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.


Firms on the move: DHG Counts the Cans for annual food drive

CalCPA reaches member milestone; Rodman donates day of service to local YMCA camp; and more news from CPA offices across the country.


New accountant directory offers signup incentives

CountingWorks is an accounting professional marketplace for small businesses.


New Trump Foundation tax probe might complicate New York civil lawsuit

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration is investigating whether President Donald Trump’s charitable foundation violated state tax laws, said a person familiar with the probe.


Firms giving back: Mazars holds fourth annual 'Days of Service'

Other charitable activities from Dixon Hughes Goodman, Rodman CPAs and Protiviti.


Product News: Excel4apps debuts Excel-based report app for FinancialForce

Bill.com introduces International Business Payments, and DocuWare upgrades information management forms.


CliftonLarsonAllen merges in Darton Group Consulting

Top 100 Firm CLA has added a Charlotte, N.C.-based consultancy.


A call for accountants to go paperless

Today, too many organizations haven’t grasped automation’s ability to significantly increase productivity and free up employees’ time to tackle more strategic and creative work. Here’s Cherry Bekaert’s experience automating AP.


Comdata releases AP automation software for midsized businesses

Comdata, which makes corporate payment software solutions, has released ASAP, an automated accounts payable solution for processing invoices, paying bills and reconciling books.