VSCPA names 2018 Leadership Academy graduates

The Virginia Society of CPAs hosted 22 young professionals for its annual workshop on best practices in firm management.


Remote work will cross the chasm in 2019

Accounting firms are becoming flexible workplaces.


Cherry Bekaert acquires Flieller, Kruger & Skelton

The Top 100 Firm is expanding its presence in Austin, Texas.


People on the move: Richard Kopelman re-elected Aprio MP

Berdon admits six to partnership and promotes seven to principal; Akin Gump adds partner in white collar defense and government investigations practice; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.


Going global: What clients need to know

Cross-border commerce offers a tremendous opportunity for U.S. businesses — but there are serious tax, customs and other compliance requirements that their accountants need to be aware of, according to Avalara VP Amy Morgan.


Product News: BizPayO now integrates with QuickBooks

Plus, Acumatica certifies YayPay A/R app, and Noventis partners with Nexus.


Wyden concerned about shutdown impact on IRS

The top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee is questioning officials about how taxpayer assistance, cybersecurity, operations and tax refunds will be affected.


Firms on the move: ICPAS celebrates internship program grads

CalCPA announces retirement of longtime CEO Loretta Doon; HBK launches philanthropic initiative; and more CPA news.


Deutsche Bank must pay Cum-Ex tax bill, Warburg says in lawsuit

A private bank under investigation in Germany over a series of controversial tax deals has opened a new legal front.


Nike’s tax deals probed as EU targets another U.S. giant

The sportswear maker is the latest multinational to become embroiled in the European Union’s crackdown on corporate tax avoidance.