Accounting class-action suit settlement size jumped last year

There were fewer total settlements in 2018, but the dollar figures involved increased more than fivefold.

EY makes major moves in blockchain

EY has announced a significant investment into its Blockchain Analyzer product, as well as, separately, the release of its zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) private transaction protocol into the public domain.

PwC, Deloitte top Vault's best firms list

The Vault Accounting 50 ranks the top workplaces in North America based on prestige, firm culture, and other factors.

Elizabeth Warren’s corporate tax plan sounds reasonable. It isn’t.

The senator really hates it when corporations that report billions of dollars in profit pay little or no tax to Uncle Sam.

GE urged to drop auditor KPMG following accounting missteps

An adviser to union pension funds is calling on General Electric to change audit firms after investor confidence in the one-time blue-chip company has been rattled.

In the blogs: School for scandal

Another one in the books; bias in the TCJA; talking basis; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

Token Taxonomy Act 2.0: Cooking low, and cooking slow

The second iteration of the Token Taxonomy Act, released on April 9 and hereinafter referred colloquially as “2.0,” is Congress’ latest product aimed at recognizing and defining a new asset class derived from blockchain technology.

Don’t take your post-tax season vacation yet

Extend tax season for half a day to debrief. You will be so glad you did.

Your firm’s 'About' page is important — here's how to create one

One of the easiest ways to create a strong brand image is often treated as an afterthought or it’s overlooked entirely.

10 common reasons why CPA firms fail

Many small and midsized firms don’t reach their full potential. Here’s why.