AICPA names 2018 Two-Year Transfer Scholarship recipients

The annual award honors students who are relocating to four-year colleges to finish their accounting degrees.


Regulator tells U.K. auditors to do better on company reports

Auditors such as KPMG LLP and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP must do better when it comes to compiling a key part of companies’ annual reports, their U.K. regulator warned.


Meet the 2018 Best Firms for Women

An introduction to the 15 members of Accounting Today’s annual ranking of the top workplaces for women in the profession.


ADP finds private sector added 179,000 jobs in November

The pace of hiring slackened somewhat at large companies despite corporate tax cuts earlier this year.


Stan Mork to step down as ITA president

The Information Technology Alliance chief plans to retire at the end of next August.


Accounting authors see profession getting social in 2019

Panelists at a discussion hosted by the Accountants Club of America see social media, texting and cybersecurity among the major trends for the coming year.


Steinhoff falls as PwC probe delayed a year after crisis began

The news comes exactly a year after the disclosure of accounting irregularities and the resignation of its CEO threw the company into crisis.


Starting your own CPA firm

If you have kicked around the idea of starting your own accounting practice and think you are ready, then this article is for you.


Trump’s trust, business tax returns sought by Maryland, D.C.

Officials unleashed a burst of subpoenas seeking financial records that would reveal whether the president is profiting off foreign governments.


Firms named to Glassdoor's 2019 'Best Places to Work' list

A number of accounting firms and related businesses were featured on the employer review site’s ranking, chosen by their employees.