IRS releases final rules on Section 965 repatriation taxes

The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department issued final regulations spelling out how U.S.-based companies will have to pay repatriation taxes on offshore profits under Section 965 of the tax code.


Reading the Supreme Court’s mind on Wayfair

States are scrambling to figure out how to apply the ruling.


Ocasio-Cortez buzz hits Davos with talk of 70% tax-rate plan

She may not be in Davos, but the freshman Congresswoman’s influence is already being felt on the slopes of the Swiss Alps.


Austrian chancellor is meeting the internet CEOs he’s going to tax in Davos

Sebastian Kurz will meet at the World Economic Forum with top officers of Alibaba, Facebook and Uber at the Alpine resort.


Product News: Crowe offers automated bank reconciliation offering for hospitals

Plus news from Invoiced, OnPay and M3.


Moss Adams CEO Chris Schmidt sees more M&A ahead

The Top 100 Firm is fresh off a string of four mergers last year and there are more to come.


Art of Accounting: Withum’s State of the Firm

The annual event was an elaborate affair whose purpose was to update our staff on what is going on at our firm as well as what is in the works.


Accounting firm technology trends: Take the survey, get the results

The 6th Annual Accounting Firm Operations and Technology Survey is now open and has begun gathering responses.


Happy Tax sues H&R Block, alleging false advertising

Tax prep franchise Happy Tax has filed a lawsuit against H&R Block in a federal district court in New York, accusing the tax prep chain of false advertising.


Business owners get IRS rules on 20 percent tax break

The IRS has given pass-through businesses and their accountants the long-anticipated final word on how they can claim one of the biggest perks in the 2017 Republican tax overhaul.