Small but complex: How ERP providers are reshaping for a new market

Accounting software mainstays are reshaping to mimic ERP — and ERP providers are reshaping to target the same market.

In the blogs: Vape fear

Expanding the EITC; helping with ITINs; confusing nexus; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

Accountants meet to address climate change threat

International accounting groups convened in New York during Climate Week to discuss the urgent need for action.

IRS offers safe harbor for rental real estate business deduction

The Internal Revenue Service is giving those who own an interest in rental real estate a safe harbor to allow them to qualify for the section 199A deduction.

The tax legislative agenda for the rest of 2019

With just a few months left, some ideas have more chance of passing than others.

Operating vs. finance leases: The impact of the new standard

The clock is ticking on the countdown to the implementation of the new accounting rules for private companies.

ICPAS holds 10th annual CPA Day of Service

The Illinois CPA Society marked its 10th year of giving back to local communities with nearly 1,200 volunteers across the state.

AccuFund updates software, increases automation

AccuFund, which provides accounting software for nonprofit and government organizations, has released version 6.03 of its Accounting Suite.

Grant Thornton reports record revenue of $1.9B

Grant Thornton reported Monday that its U.S. firm achieved a record level of revenue in fiscal year 2019, surpassing $1.9 billion, a year-over-year increase of 5.4 percent.

House passes PCAOB whistleblower protection bill

The legislation would create a whistleblower program similar to the one at the SEC, offering protection to accountants and auditors, and others who know of accounting fraud.