Hungary offers tax breaks to raise fertility rate

Women with at least four children will be exempt from paying personal-income tax.

Accountants Confidence Index — February 2019

The Accountants Confidence Index dropped somewhat again, dampened by concerns about the effect of the government shutdown.

The traditional firm is still very much alive

Learn to balance traditional practices with modern improvements to achieve transformation at your own pace.

Risks to the economy in 2019

RSM US chief economist Joe Brusuelas lays out the national and international issues facing the economic landscape over the next 12 months.

Firms giving back: Ryan CEO gifts $30 million to alma mater

NJCPA CEO Ralph Thomas will also discuss property taxes and field questions on a live PBS session.

How booming Amazon NYC neighborhood got tax perks meant for poor

City Council members thrashed the retailer for its resistance to unions, working conditions at warehouses and its founder’s wealth.

A Trump tax return standoff would be ‘uncharted territory’

A congressional committee heard testimony about forcing the release of the president’s tax filings.

Firms on the move: KSDT sponsors auto race

Aprio launches Aprio Cloud; Gilbert Associates rebrands; and more CPA news.

After $10B share plunge, Wirecard’s CEO fights back against accounting allegations

The German online payments firm Wirecard AG has seen its stock plunge by more than a third in recent days on reports of accounting misdeeds.

Avalara buys AI startup Indix

The deal highlights the increasing importance of artificial intelligence in tax and accounting tech.