Be careful with retirement provisions in partnership agreements

When partners retire, maintaining client relationships and providing clear expectations are important building blocks for a firm’s sustained success.

Supreme Court backs businesses, curbs class arbitration in tax fraud case

An ideologically divided U.S. Supreme Court gave businesses more power to channel disputes into individual arbitration proceedings, siding with a lighting retailer trying to prevent its employees from pressing group claims stemming from a phishing attack.

Big Four, more among 'Best Places to Work' in professional services

Fortune magazine ranked the top 25 companies to work for in consulting and professional services, featuring a number of prominent accounting firms.

A close encounter of the fourth kind: AP automation

Sometimes even simple automation means a big change in how an accountant spends their time, and any change is scary.

3 ways accountants can implement AI today

Artificial intelligence is poised to transform the finance industry with advancements that eliminate tedious tasks and free up time for financial staff to prioritize higher impact responsibilities.

In the blogs: Two out of three ain’t bad

Another one in the books; bias in the TCJA; talking basis; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

H&R Block founder Henry Bloch dies

The tax preparation pioneer was 96.

Trump still ‘not inclined’ to turn over tax returns by deadline

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin again refused to release the president’s tax returns to House Democrats, arguing that the Democrats’ stated legislative purpose hides their real intent.

Opportunity zone rules aim to spur further business and real estate investment

The proposed regulations could unlock greater development in low-income communities and give investors a chance to reap tremendous profits.

Is this the year you’ll fire a few clients?

With a finite amount of time and resources, you want to be sure you are investing in your best clients.