What’s your tech disruption personality?

Knowing the different ways people will respond to change can make managing and implementing it easier.

The M&A Repair Manual: Chapter 2

Not all mergers are successful at first — they need tuning up.

Art of Accounting: You are as good as your worst staff person

Bad people drive out good people.

Six questions to ask about your firm's website

With tax season over, practitioners can start sprucing up their web site to help draw in next season’s clients.

Attending niche trade shows is a powerful marketing tool

Setting up your firm to focus on serving the accounting needs of a specific industry, or special service, is a powerful way to set your accounting practice apart from the rest.

Armanino opens AI lab

The lab is aimed at demystifying artificial intelligence for executives looking to implement the technology in their businesses.

Navigating through under-the-radar IRS guidance on 199A qualified business income

Four days before the filing deadline, the IRS quietly added 21 questions to its website page of frequently asked questions about issues related to Section 199A, the new 20 percent deduction for pass-through businesses.

Firms on the move: Bowman bestows scholarship honoring late partner

AICPA appoints chair; RSM celebrates Industry Eminence program class of 2019; and more CPA news.

People on the move: Baker Tilly announces promotions

BKD appoints national industry partner; RSM hires principal for IT due diligence; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.

Congress introduces bill to provide tax relief after natural disasters

Lawmakers in the House and Senate have introduced bipartisan legislation to give the Internal Revenue Service more authority to provide tax relief for taxpayers who have to make tax payments or file their taxes after a state-declared natural disaster occurs near the deadline.