Deloitte partners with BlackLine to enhance Digital Controllership offering

The strategic alliance is part of the Big Four firm’s goal to incorporate top line technology into its offerings.

IRS adjusts health savings account limits for 2018

The Internal Revenue Service released the 2018 inflation-adjusted limitations for health savings accounts Thursday.

House passes Obamacare repeal in razor-thin GOP victory

House Republicans mustered just enough votes to pass their health-care bill Thursday, salvaging what at times appeared to be a doomed mission to repeal and partially replace Obamacare under intense pressure from President Donald Trump to produce legislative accomplishments.

Employers add 211,000 jobs in April, including 5,200 in accounting

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 211,000 last month, including 5,200 in accounting and bookkeeping on a seasonally adjusted basis.

In the blogs: Double-spaced plans

Deductions for state and local taxes; ‘stealing from the dead;’ how to do away with refundable credits; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

10 ways to delegate at your firm after busy season

Partners need to accept the role of teacher in order to delegate successfully.

IRS targets summer rollout for e-Services upgrade

The Internal Revenue Service is planning June 18 as the tentative date for moving its e-Services platform to what it promises will be more secure and modern technology.

Report sees Deloitte leading ‘digital transformation’ market

A new report finds Deloitte ahead of other Big Four firms in the global market for “digital transformation” services.

University of Oregon plans new School of Accounting

The Lundquist College of Business announced they will upgrade their Department of Accounting to its own entity.

The new magic number

Revenue, costs, profit. Those were the old magic numbers. But companies that embrace big data can do much better.