A blueprint for the 'Next Gen' firm

Thought leader and consultant Jennifer Wilson lays out the hallmarks of the new model — from collaboration and innovation to tech-savvy and open to change.


Study finds cooking the books can pay off, caught or not

About one-quarter of perpetrators of financial reporting misconduct experience a net benefit, even after getting caught.


Firms on the move: KSCPA names Women to Watch

AICPA recognizes its Sustained Contribution Award winners; Weaver opens new NYC office; and more news from CPA offices across the country.


The bold new frontier of data

Great opportunities await accountants in analysis, forecasting and advisory.


Sage Intacct's 'secret sauce' for customer satisfaction

Borrowing best practices from Intuit and industry experts, Sage Intacct has created a group of happy campers.


People on the move: DMA appoints new president & CEO

Baker Tilly partner appointed to new GASB working group; BDO elects three to board of directors; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.


Is accounting experience a bad thing for executives?

A study suggests that a background in audit can be a double-edged sword in the C-suite.


IRS must up TCJA guidance, end verbal ID-theft verification: IRPAC

In its annual report, the advisory committee cites the burdens of tax reform on the service.


Tax Fraud Blotter: Boost behavior

Escorted to prison; going to Disneyland; FATCA conviction; and other highlights of recent tax cases.


Give the gift of time

From unlimited PTO to closing the office during holiday weeks, time away is a valuable perk.