Art of Accounting: Discounted fee season

Early in my career I always felt I would not be that busy during July and August. Well, the reality never matched my expectations.

Trump’s New York tax returns now available to Congress under new law

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a measure that would give key members of Congress the ability to request the president’s state returns.

Marcum adds Abrix

The Top 100 Firm in New York has merged in a firm based in the Chicago suburbs that specializes in servicing doctors and dentists.

FASB standard on film and TV episode costs may have an impact on what you watch next year

The new rules adjust accounting to an age when viewers are streaming video online and binge watching their favorite series.

From accounting firm to technology powerhouse

Accountants can be indispensable translators and conduits for tech for their clients.

Is your firm too small to endure?

Without healthy, profitable growth on the top and bottom lines, any firm will struggle and ultimately die.

Firms giving back: MarksNelson holds Volunteer Day

Henry+Horne also volunteers at the Phoenix Dream Center.

Trump-appointed judge to hear suit over president’s taxes

A judge has been assigned to a lawsuit by congressional Democrats seeking access to the president’s tax returns.

Deloitte fined $5.4M over Serco Group audit failings

This is the latest case of a Big Four firm being sanctioned for its accounting shortcomings.

Firms on the move: Marks Paneth cuts ribbon on new Philly office

NJCPA also opens new offices; MarksNelson closes doors for Volunteer Day; and more CPA news.