Many rich fretting about SALT didn’t get that tax break anyway

Politicians in mostly Democratic high-tax areas say the new federal cap on state and local tax deductions hurts their residents, but most never got it in the first place.

Accounting professor to appear on 'Jeopardy!'

Maryanne Mowen of Oklahoma State University will appear on an episode of the game show airing April 8, 2019.

Understanding the true nature of data and the rights of its subject

In the new book ‘Data Leverage,’ the authors explore what data is, why it merits protection, who regulates it, and how organizations can strike the appropriate balance between privacy and profitability.

Some Democrats ask: Now that Mueller’s over, where are Trump’s tax returns?

Democrats who were hoping the completion of the Mueller report would speed up the effort to request President Donald Trump’s tax returns may be disappointed.

IRS finalizes regulations for reportable transaction penalties

The final rules offer guidance on the penalty for failing to include information that’s supposed to be disclosed under the Small Business Jobs Act and how to calculate the amount.

FASB proposes more changes in income tax disclosures

The Financial Accounting Standards Board is proposing to make further changes in the income tax disclosure requirements for companies to make them more relevant to users of financial statements.

Art of Accounting: Tax season crunch time suggestions to keep staff motivated

We are down to the last three weeks of tax season. How much better can it get?

Marcum adds Guyder Hurley

The Top 100 Firm has combined with a firm in Braintree, Massachusetts that specializes in servicing clients in the affordable housing industry.

Mueller team relied on forensic accountants

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team included forensic accountants who helped the former FBI director investigate allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, according to a letter released Sunday by Attorney General William Barr summarizing Mueller’s findings.

Small firms: Four questions to ask before you hire

Making the move to a bigger practice requires some advanced planning.