More financial crimes are turning into cybercrimes, according to a panel of experts who spoke last week at Pace University, requiring stepped up efforts from both law enforcement and financial professionals.
Lawmakers in a number of states are considering either cutting or eliminating their state personal income taxes to boost economic growth, but a new report argues that states with high income taxes often outperform those without personal income taxes.
Accountants who want to offer wealth management services for clients can benefit from a knowledgeable partner, and thats what Paul Saganey, president of Integrated Financial Partners, hopes to provide.
Web-based accounting service provider AccountingDepartment.com has found a new way to manage and motivate its remote employees this season.
The Internal Revenue Service is offering advice to taxpayers and practitioners on how to respond to the new notices it is sending out when it finds problems with the new Form 1099-K information reports on payment card transactions.
A new academic study examines whether forensic accountants exercised due diligence in investigating the corporations that issued their certifications prior to obtaining their certifications.
Sageworks chairman Brian Hamilton offered his assessment of the State of the Union address for private companies.
Elmer Kilian, one of the three tax preparers who won a lawsuit last month challenging the Internal Revenue Services authority to require testing and continuing education of tax preparers, thinks the chances are better than even that he and his fellow preparers will prevail if the IRS appeals the case.
The American Institute of CPAs and the Institute of Management Accountants are still battling over bragging rights on management accounting credentials, a year after the AICPA launched the Chartered Global Management Accountant designation in a joint venture with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
A number of customers of CCH Small Firm Services have been complaining about problems with the latest version of the companys ATX professional tax software, and the company said it has been working to address the bugs.
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