OnPay launches Partner Program for accountants

Benefits include special pricing, a dashboard for managing clients, and six levels of permissioning.


Like ‘1986 on steroids’

Tax preparers are bracing for a once-in-a-generation filing season.


AICPA and NASBA consider changes in CPA licensure

The American Institute of CPAs and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy have set up a working group to explore possible changes in how CPAs are licensed and the kinds of skills needed for the license.


Big Four firms leverage growth in risk services market

The accounting giants are among the consulting firms enjoying growth in the global risk services market, which is set to surpass $80 billion by 2020, according to a new report.


TJS Deemer Dana merges in Salmon Barton

The firm has expanded in Georgia by merging in a firm in Atlanta, effective Dec. 1, 2018.


A depreciation case study: When decoration is functional

Parsing the rules arond depreciation law can be confusing and tricky.


Tax Fraud Blotter: Varied jobs, big frauds

Fish tales; from the general to the illegal; dinged; and other highlights of recent tax cases.


Dunlap merges with Seitz, Leatherman & Kolb

Two firms in Southeastern Pennsylvania are joining forces to create DunlapSLK, effective Jan. 2, 2019.


Proposed regulations help ‘green light’ QOZs

As tax pros look more and more at the details of Qualified Opportunity Zones, they’re getting more and more interested.


IRS updates voluntary disclosure practices for hidden offshore funds

The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program has closed and there are new, tougher procedures in place.