BDO and Moore Stephens plan to merge in the U.K.

The megamerger would create a powerful rival to the Big Four in the British audit market.

Disney Paris offices raided last year in French tax probe

Tax authorities swooped in on Walt Disney Co.’s Paris premises last year hunting for evidence to determine whether the entertainment giant improperly shifted revenue abroad, according to a series of court rulings from this month that tossed out claims the raids were illegal.

IRS proposes rules for foreign tax credits

Major changes in last year’s tax overhaul include the so-called GILTI provisions, and the IRS has issued proposed regulations for them.

Tax reform’s biggest winners

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that Congress passed last December produced some winners and some losers among different categories of taxpayers.

Savvy CPAs see AI as a tool, not a threat

AI is not just impacting tax preparers, but the companies that make tax prep software too. Many are going to be left behind.

The right fit for your firm may be a misfit

Serving the needs of diverse clients means your team needs a rich diversity that extends well beyond physical appearances.

Pull vs. push: Evolve into trust marketing

Traditional approaches to marketing and lead generation are becoming less and less effective for accountants. Build trust first.

Key GOP senator skeptical of Trump effort to strip GM tax break

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch questioned President Donald Trump’s call to end a tax break for electric cars made by General Motors Co. and others following the company’s announcement that it would lay off workers and close plants.

In final tax push, GOP’s best shot is extending industry breaks

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady has given up on an additional round of tax cuts. Now, the only tax item he might be able to get passed this year is something he hates: the annual renewal of prized industry tax breaks.

Corporate America gets some reprieve in IRS’s foreign tax rules

U.S. companies won some concessions from the Internal Revenue Service following proposed regulations that would soften the blow of a new foreign tax — but the rules didn’t go as far as the business community had hoped.