If you’d like to be more efficient on the job, tech-focused solutions are a logical place to start.
CPAs who travel face the modern-day hassles of business travel, from booking to packing to hopping on and off planes, trains, and automobiles.
This article examines why the tax return due date change was needed and what it means for practitioners.
This article highlights a few reasons you might want to implement remote teams in your firm and challenges you may face if you decide to do so.
This article highlights the benefits of vacations for employees and employers.
This column can help clients visualize the consequences of not having an up-to-date plan.
The IRS is struggling with how to become more efficient and serve taxpayers with lower levels of staffing and an outdated, manual service model.
If you want your firm to thrive well into the future, make enhancing overall partner unity your No. 1 priority in the coming year.
Strongly worded statements and a check-the-box mentality do not guarantee ethical behavior by organizations.
The AICPA Private Companies Practice Section team shares best practices on preparing for busy season.
If patients don’t fully understand the cost of their treatments, or if they assume their insurance plan will take care of them, they can be hit with expensive surprises.
This technique can help the donor achieve his or her charitable objectives, avoid capital gains tax, and distribute excess cash that has been accumulated in the corporation tax-free.
The CPA exam is more than just a test; it’s also a rite of passage for the profession.
Critical thinking can be described as disciplined thinking that is clear, rational, open-minded, and informed by evidence.
Here are a few of the more challenging interview questions you may be asked, and how best to respond.