Art of Accounting: What you need to succeed

Don’t be afraid to try new things.

10 year-end tax-planning tips after tax reform

Here are some of the most important 2018 year-end tax-planning considerations for individual clients from Grant Thornton.

$80B locked in a golden cage in Austria may be freed

Austria is trying to free about 70 billion euros ($80 billion) of capital locked in a “golden cage” the country created a few decades ago.

QuickBooks introduces 'Backing You,' starring Danny DeVito

Intuit is launching its second year of videos in the Backing You campaign, which provides instruction and guidance to small businesses.

Europe’s tech tax plan limps on with Franco-German agreement

Europe’s efforts to tax large tech companies were kept on life-support Tuesday as France and Germany proposed a final-hour compromise that scales back the broad plan initially envisioned by Paris.

The tax challenges of health insurance for small business

How small employers and sole proprietors can maximize tax deductions for coverage.

Calming clients’ biggest concerns about tax reform

Practitioners share why communication is critical amid the uncertainty of the TCJA.

Creating growth at every level of a firm

All of your employees can boost your bottom line, says Angie Grissom of the Rainmaker Companies — they just need to know how.

Accountants Confidence Index — December 2018

After two month of climbing, the ACI had a slight setback for the end of the year.

Tax experts weigh in on Qualified Opportunity Zones

Their verdict: This creation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act offers significant benefits to investors.