The link between strategy and winning on value

There is a wide chasm between talking about value and making your firm a value-based-firm.

IMA ramps up diversity efforts for accountants

The Institute of Management Accountants is working to encourage more inclusiveness in the profession.

Cloud for the tax function: Governance, security and integration

Tax departments are now ideally positioned to consider and apply several hard-earned cloud-adoption lessons.

Shareholders aren’t gaining from tax cuts as much as some think

Corporate America isn’t using the Trump tax cuts to gorge shareholders with stock buybacks and dividends — despite the prevailing narrative.

Tax cut 2.0 push seen ending in whimper, but there’s always 2025

A Republican effort to make last year’s individual tax changes permanent is expected to be approved by the House on Friday, before the initiative likely gets shelved because the Senate won’t act on it.

Danske auditors in crosshairs for missing dirty money clues

As multiple investigations into Danske Bank A/S get under way, Denmark’s government wants to know why the bank’s auditors appear to have missed signs that one of Europe’s biggest money laundering scandals was unfolding in front of them.

CAQ holds fourth annual '#AuditorProud' day

The Center for Audit Quality and its member firms will once again share what makes them proud of their profession on social media.

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

The AICPA will share strategies for accountants.

New Jersey sets rules for dodging U.S. limit on SALT deductions

The IRS has already said that it wants to shut down this kind of end run.

KPMG said to lose more S. African staff from Gupta fallout

Clients are also leaving as the Big Four firm works to restore trust.