Tax Fraud Blotter: Trouble in Paradise

Off by $24 million; hard lessons; authentic fake; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

Meet the 2019 Best Firms for Young Accountants

A look inside the 10 best places to start a career in accounting.

Szymkowiak merges in Blesy

Szymkowiak & Associates, CPAs, PC, a CPA firm based in Williamsville, New York, has added Blesy & Associates, a firm in nearby Amherst, New York, effective Nov. 1, 2019.

IRS and Treasury propose opportunity zone tax form

The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department released a draft version of a proposed tax form to collect information about qualified opportunity zones.

Tax Strategy: Rental real estate and the QBI deduction

A new IRS revenue procedure offers guidance in a complicated area.

The nature of women in accounting

The profession needs to make more of a commitment to ensuring women have a seat at the table.

New bill would offer tax credits to women-owned businesses

The ranking Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee wants to create two new tax incentives to help small businesses owned by women to hire and grow and get access to capital.

Not just for public companies: 5 ways SOX can help high-growth startups

SOX compliance may seem like a dry topic, but this crucial step on the road to going public can be transformational for high-growth companies — if they approach it in the right spirit.

‘Unplugging’ is a myth: How to create a digital experience that works

Accountants understand they are reliant on technology both professionally and personally, but they still find themselves fatigued by it.

Armanino releases blockchain-powered app for instant attestation

As audit changes rapidly, driven by rapid development in artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies, Armanino has taken the bull by the horns and has put out the first app for attestation driven by blockchain technology.