The Cost of Free Tax Advice from the IRS

If you’re like many people, you do your own taxes…

How to Market Yourself as an Expert

Landing an interview can feel like a long, uphill battle.…

The Most Common Reasons to File for Tax Extensions

Tax season is winding to a close, unless, of course,…

The Donna Pearson Story

Many of you knew Donna Pearson very well. This is…

How Will the IRS Change the Definition of ‘Dependent’?

In late January, the Internal Revenue Service proposed changes in the way US taxpayers would be able to claim dependents.  Those changes were outlined in a 74-page proposal that included…

Tax Software Trends to Watch in 2017

Tax technology is always changing, but it can sometimes feel like the software is a step or two behind the rest of the world in terms of accessibility, usability and…

Why Are Talented People Not Attracted To The Accounting Field? (And What Can Hiring Managers Do About It?)

According to the American Institute of CPAs, there was a 22% decrease in accounting bachelor’s degree enrollments over the last several years and an 11% decrease in awarded accounting degrees.…

A Look Back At Some of The Biggest Accounting Scandals Of the Last 20 Years

For as long as corporations have existed, so have corporate scandals. While company leaders are often to blame, it takes a complicit accounting and finance team to make them happen.…

These New 2017 Tax Laws May Affect Your Company Early

Every year, the federal government tinkers with business tax laws and accounting and finance teams must stay ahead of the curve to understand how those changes will impact their organization.…

Try These Tactics to Get Your Accounting and Finance Teams Working Together ASAP

  Accounting and finance teams cannot work in a bubble. Given the fast pace of change and the need for accuracy, timeliness and compliance, you must cultivate a team that…