U.S. updates tax treaties with Japan and Spain

The protocols represent the first updates to U.S. tax treaties in nearly a decade.

Spreadsheets are not the only option for companies with small lease portfolios

Will spreadsheets help in implementing the new lease standard?

Firms on the move: EY joins Girls Who Code to celebrate Summer Immersion Program grads

MACPA joins other state societies in hosting a virtual conference, CPA Convene; the New York State Society of CPAs awards Excellence in Accounting scholarships; and more CPA news.

People on the move: Grant Thornton admits 42 partners and principals

Ericksen Krentel promotes three; Boyer & Ritter elevates two to director; and more personnel news.

Tax Fraud Blotter: An untrue Classic

Steel steal; unwise moves; fare trial; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

IRS encourages taxpayers to prepare for Hurricane Dorian

With the storm threatening to hit the state of Florida after passing through parts of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, the IRS sent a reminder Thursday.

Robert Half releases 2020 salary guides for accountants and other professionals

The staffing firm has the latest information on hiring trends and pay in the finance, technology, legal, creative and administrative fields.

Top issues for tax preparers in 2019

NCCPAP’s Neil Fishman shares the top issues facing the tax practitioner community.

Five types of courses to help university students land their dream job

For students aspiring toward a career in the audit and assurance profession, embracing electives that could stand out on their resumes, in addition to completing core coursework, can help set them apart.

Sage Intacct opens in Australia

The developer of financial management and accounting software has expanded to Australia.