FASB’s CECL extension: What should you do now?

To ensure entities have reliable and proper historical data accumulated when they implement CECL, they should start start cleaning up their data.

Study questions value of audit partner disclosure

A rule requiring audit firms to disclose the names of engagement partners who participated in an audit may not be having much of an impact on audit quality.

NetSuite moves onto Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

The goal is to expand and improve service delivery from NetSuite globally.

Early CAMs disclosures show signs of boilerplate text

The initial batch of audit reports for large accelerated filers describing critical audit matters don’t necessarily provide a whole lot of illuminating information.

What CPAs should understand about premium financing

Premium financing can be a powerful tool, but it must be thoughtfully designed, well underwritten and thoroughly understood.

Sikich forms intelligent automation services team

The firm will provide affordable automation solutions to midmarket clients to automate processes across all platforms.

In the blogs: The rate stuff

Rusty WordPress; first impressions; return to many senders; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

A 50-year celebration for tax tactician Sidney Kess

The UJA-Federation of New York will cite the tax expert for his 50 years of dedication to its Estate Tax & Financial Planning Conference, expressing its appreciation for the knowledge, energy, and commitment he has invested each year

Hard to decode: Preparers discuss the TCJA’s biggest challenges

Counting all the ways that tax reform challenges practitioners.

Accounting for the hours: Navigating the complexities of overtime

All but the smallest firms have to follow the same rules as giant corporations.