Tax reform could mean changes in global employee mobility

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is forcing companies to reconsider where they are hiring and assigning workers.


Hedge fund titans pull money from funds for huge tax bills

Hedge-fund billionaires were already struggling to keep investors from heading out the door. Then along came another problem: big tax bills.


ACCA and IMA see global economic confidence rebound to highest level since 2009

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Institute of Management Accountants reported Friday that global economic confidence reached its highest point in years, after strong growth beginning in early 2017.


Tax Fraud Blotter: ‘It’s jail for you!’

A thousand returns and 45 bank accounts; ‘what to write and where to write it’; the Spirit was weak; and other highlights of recent tax cases.


S Corps are taking a second look at C Corp status

Is it time to make the switch after the new tax law?


Moving the rocks on the path to growth

If a firm doesn’t effectively address obstacles, it will not be able to grow at a satisfactory rate.


People on the move: Armanino expands Dallas team

Grant Thornton partner-in-charge appointed to AICPA Financial Reporting Executive Committee; AccountantsWorld hires SVP of sales and customer service; and more personnel and CPA news from across the country.


Eide Bailly acquires Oracle NetSuite provider TrueCloud

The Top 100 Firm has participated in several mergers this year already.


RSM acquires Explore Consulting, adding e-commerce and retail expertise

The Top 100 Firm continues to expand its NetSuite service capabilities in the U.S. and internationally.


Firms need to protect themselves against potential harassment lawsuits

Despite perceptions that the issue isn’t widespread in accounting, insurers urge caution.