2017 health care reform: An analysis of the American Health Care Act’s tax provisions

The Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act now heads to the Senate for consideration.

Spending deal sets IRS priorities

The omnibus appropriations bill passed by Congress includes a number of priorities and directives for the Internal Revenue Service.

Firms on the move: CalCPA recognizes 2017 Women to Watch

NJSCPA awards $410K in scholarships; Cherry Bekaert launches technology solutions group; and more news from CPA offices across the country.

People on the move: RSM names two national audit leaders

Lurie adds a pair of new partners; RISCPA announces new slate of board members and officers; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.

Senate moves Obamacare repeal to slow lane after House vote

Passage of the House’s health-care bill gives the Obamacare repeal effort new life after months of wrangling, but key Republican senators are already pushing it aside to write their own bill with no clear timetable to act.

‘Arthur Andersen’ loses legal battle in India

A French firm that claimed the Arthur Andersen name has lost a legal ruling in India against Andersen Tax, a few weeks after another setback in the U.S.

XCM rebrands, launches new website

The new look is meant to represent interconnectivity and ease of use.

Accountancy association issues report on blockchain

The guide examines how real world uses of the technology are enhancing trust in financial transactions.

Tax Fraud Blotter: S corp shenanigans

Preparer, politician, prisoner; fake losses and deductions; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

PCAOB sees some improvement in audit quality

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is seeing signs of progress on audit quality in its inspections.