BPM merges in CPA Consulting

The Top 100 Firm based in San Francisco has expanded in the Seattle area by adding a firm based in Bellevue, Washington.


Sanity check for qualified opportunity zone investments

A deadline is looming to maximize the stepped-up basis afforded to realized capital gains invested in qualified opportunity zone properties and businesses.


The next face of the accounting profession

The AICPA’s “2019 Trends in the Supply of Accounting Graduates and the Demand for Public Accounting Recruits” breaks down the profession as it enters a new decade.


Deloitte’s CogTax injects AI into indirect tax recovery

The solution is part of the firm’s ‘Tax in 2020’ strategy to transform tax digitally for it global clients.


People on the move: DHG names head of exec coaching & development

IRS selects income tax and accounting chief counsel; Boyer & Ritter elects pair of principal-owners; and more personnel news.


Firms on the move: UKansas students visit Big Four in NYC

AICPA recognizes professors, students with industry awards; Rehmann relocates to downtown Detroit; and more CPA news.


VR for HR: 10 tech stories you may have missed

Everyone struggles with data, Airbnb for business travelers, and eight other technology developments from the past month.


Why auditors need to be sent to ‘Fraud School’

The prevalence of fraud in modern corporations is astounding when one considers the architecture that is in place to eliminate it.


IRS budget cuts cost $34.3B in lost revenue from big business

The federal government is collecting billions of dollars less than it could because of resource shortages at the tax agency, according to a new study.


AICPA honors three with education awards

The American Institute of CPAs recognized three members of academia for their contributions to accounting education at the American Accounting Association annual meeting in San Francisco.