Tax reform as a people solution

What if it could help close the ‘opportunity gap’?

IRS safeguards for accessing taxpayer info don’t go far enough

The Internal Revenue Service needs to improve its procedures to prevent the fraudulent use of third-party authorization forms.

Connecticut issues guidance on pass-through tax credit

Lawmakers approved the measure this spring as a way to get around limits in the new federal tax law on state and local tax deductions.

Trump says he’s thinking about indexing capital gains to inflation

President Donald Trump said he’s considering a capital gains tax break by issuing a regulation that would index gains to inflation.

Tax Fraud Blotter: Lied in his teeth

Software touch; $3.5 million scam; big woof; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

The feeling side of M&A

Preparing for a merger is a roller coaster — even if it doesn’t happen.

People on the move: Solo no more

Scott Davis leaves his own practice to join Rodman CPAs, and other personnel news from firms around the country.

Firms on the move: AAM adds to its board

KPMG links up with a marketing execution firm, Mueller Prost launches a women's initiative, and other news from practices across the couintry.

The latest in liability

Tax reform, the cannabis industry and cyberthreats are just three of the dangers that are looming large in malpractice insurers’ nightmares.

Boomer’s Blueprint: What’s your innovation story?

Six things accounting firms can do to be more future-ready.