Accounting Principals releases 2020 salary guide

Accounting Principals, a staffing and recruitment agency that works with accounting and financial professionals, published its 2020 Salary Guide on Tuesday.

Tax deadlines extended for Imelda victims

The Internal Revenue Service has granted relief in FEMA-designated areas.

States eye safeguards for payroll after MyPayrollHR fraud

Payroll processors are anticipating closer scrutiny after a high-profile scandal.

WS+B mourns death of co-founder Fred Withum

WithumSmith+Brown is commemorating the passing of one of the CPA firm’s founders, Fred Withum, who died Sept. 30, 2019 — a day before his 85th birthday.

IRS urged to use data to uncover charity-related tax scams

The Internal Revenue Service could make better use of its data to ferret out abusive tax schemes involving charities and other tax-exempt groups, including syndicated conservation easements, according to a new report.

Distributed firms and virtual CFO services

Jody Grunden of Summit CPAs describes how his firm found success in outsourced services with a virtual model.

Art of Accounting: Uberize staff evaluations

Uber passengers are requested to evaluate their ride as soon as they get out of the car and the drivers to evaluate the riders also immediately. This seems like it would be a good idea for accounting firms.

Tax-focused IBD leans into legacy — but under a new name

Blucora’s Avantax Wealth Management combines two firms that took competing approaches to serving tax professionals branching into wealth management.

IRS sets new voluntary per-diem rates

A new notice explains which rates taxpayers should use as of Oct. 1.

Expensify debuts corporate card with perks from Stripe, and more

Expensify, provider of the popular expense management app, has introduced the Expensify Card, a free corporate card for companies that use the app.