Pandemic forces CFOs to manage financial liquidity better

CFOs and other finance executives are finding they need to reforecast their company’s liquidity and cash flow on a weekly and even daily basis as they cope with the pandemic.

Pandemic forces CFOs to manage financial liquidity better


In the blogs: Oh, the places we’ll tax

New digital advertising tax; ripping off PPP; careful with prenups; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

In the blogs: Oh, the places we’ll tax


Tax policy shifting this year under Biden

The Biden administration is likely to dramatically change its approach to tax policy, with the first step in the stimulus package it began pushing through Congress this month.

Tax policy shifting this year under Biden


Xero adds pay later option for U.K. clients

IwocaPay becomes the first pay later software integration on the Xero accounting software platform.

Xero adds pay later option for U.K. clients


CPACA responds to pandemic, shuffles leadership

The CPA Consultants Alliance held its annual meeting online to discuss challenges confronting the accounting profession from COVID-19 and elect a new slate of officers for this year.

CPACA responds to pandemic, shuffles leadership


Accounting without borders

Growth consultant Gale Crosley talks about taking a practice across the country and around the world.

Accounting without borders


Dixon Hughes Goodman launches diversity-focused 'Futures Program'

The Top 20 Firm will hold an annual summer program designed to recruit, develop and retain minority accounting students with a Diversity Leadership Summit and internship opportunities.

Dixon Hughes Goodman launches diversity-focused 'Futures Program'


SPACs may bring accounting risks

Like most financial instruments, special purpose acquisition companies present risks and rewards, and require due diligence from accounting firms to help avoid landmines.

SPACs may bring accounting risks


New complexities arise in taxation of domestic employment clients

Over the past few years, household employers have seen a rapid increase in labor law requirements driven by state-level Domestic Worker Bill of Rights legislation, as well as state and municipal paid time off and paid sick leave ordinances.

New complexities arise in taxation of domestic employment clients


Art of Accounting: Work-life balance doesn’t stop for tax season

Don’t make tax season the deciding factor in the important things in your life.

Art of Accounting: Work-life balance doesn’t stop for tax season