The trouble with WordPress websites for accounting firms

No matter how small or niche-oriented your accounting practice is, a high-quality website is essential.

Harris wants to cut drug prices, tax ‘price-gouging’ companies

The Democratic presidential candidate rolled out a policy blueprint to slash prescription prices when they cost less in other developed countries.

4 common challenges tax pros face with cryptocurrencies

For many issues that clients will run across, practitioners are on their own.

Art of Accounting: Female staff are smarter than male staff

Why are there far fewer women partners than men partners in CPA firms?

IRS drafts tax return for seniors, updates 1040 for 2019

The Internal Revenue Service has posted a draft version of a new tax return for senior citizens, as well as a new draft version of the Form 1040 for 2019 that taxpayers and practitioners will be filing next year.

AuditFile updates software with improved compliance controls

The Spring release features new automation and practice management capabilities, and extends workflow beyond audit, review and compilation engagements with a new tax trial balance module.

Sports Direct slumps as retailer delays results on auditing

Sports Direct International Plc shares headed toward a seven-year low after the U.K. sports-apparel retailer delayed publishing its results as auditors increase their scrutiny of its accounting.

Deadline for MP Elite 2019 submissions extended

The annual list recognizes top leaders from accounting firms across the country.

June 2019 ACCA exam sitting sees rise in computer-based exams

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants claimed near-universal computer-based exams for its Applied Skills exams, virtually eliminating paper-based exams for the section.

Second-half-of-life thinking

Do your firm and your life represent who you truly are?