B/2BNow earns investment to help customers move from SAP ERP by 2025

B/2BNow automates data migration, including from paper to software, and uses machine learning for automated mapping and integration configuration.

How accountants can help crypto-mining clients

As cryptocurrency mining continues to grow in popularity, accountants must learn better strategies to serve this growing niche.

French defiance to Trump on digital tax casts shadow over G-7

A French-U.S. clash over digital taxation overshadowed the start of a Group of Seven finance chiefs meeting as France refused to flinch on its levy that would hit tech giants.

In the blogs: Form and dysfunction

Biz loss limits; 1040 re-redux; looming legislation; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

ICPAS hosts internship prep program reunion

The state society welcomed more than 40 graduates of its internship preparation program for minorities.

IRS posts Q&A on Section 165 transition tax

The Internal Revenue Service offered additional information for multinational companies repatriating their foreign profits under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

SEC offers guidance on opportunity zone investments

The Securities and Exchange Commission teamed up with the North American Securities Administrators Association to explain the application of federal and state securities laws to opportunity zone investments.

AICPA recommends changes in accounting for small-biz taxpayers

The American Institute of CPAs has sent a set of recommendations to the Internal Revenue Service about accounting methods for small-business taxpayers and how to determine whether a taxpayer qualifies as a small business.

Data defense: 10 tips for tax security

The IRS and its Security Summit partners offer critical steps for keeping client information safe.

The trouble with WordPress websites for accounting firms

No matter how small or niche-oriented your accounting practice is, a high-quality website is essential.