The Weaver Private Foundation named Buckner International its Charity of Choice for the fiscal year 2013-14, contributing $50,000 to the Buckner Children and Family Programs.
While the eponymous Kyle has taken a break from his popular Kyle’s CPA Video Blog series, where he has discussed everything from the fiscal cliff to airline taxation in his position as senior auditor with St. Louis firm Brown Smith Wallace, he’s found someone to fill in.
Many accounting firms go through ups and downs with their marketing and business development efforts.
PwC US’s Chicago office donated $285,000 to three Chicago-based nonprofit organizations and charter schools, funded through grants from the PwC Charitable Foundation.
Male members of Bergen County, N.J., accounting firm Traphagen Financial Group observed a 44-year-old tradition in growing beards to be shorn at the close of business today, April 15.
As soon I finish this blog post, I will begin and complete working on my “favorite” 1040.
Akron, Ohio-based financial services firm Sequoia Financial Group, along with Cohen & Company and Cohen Fund Audit Services, raised record funds for Junior Achievement for a second straight year.
Aspiring accountants from Husson University in Maine are volunteering to help individuals file their state and federal taxes through the IRS Taxpayer Assistance Program.
The American Institute of CPAs, the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and Prometric are marking the 10th anniversary of computer-based testing for the uniform CPA exam.
Kenneth Ames, tax advisory partner with southern California CPA firm White Nelson Diehl Evans, received a National Service to Youth Award from the California Boys & Girls Club of America for his 10 years of service on the Carlsbad club’s board of directors.