Inside Views

  • NBA Injuries and Accounting Firms

    May 15, 2015

    Let’s say one of your top players at your firm is out suddenly for the remainder of the most important time of the year. What do you do?

  • Thomson Reuters Checkpoint releases special report on assisting victims of tax-related identity theft

    May 15, 2015

    Thomson Reuters Checkpoint released a special report on Monday to highlight the prevalence of tax-related identity theft and guide practitioners representing victims.

  • Mad Men Inspired by Movie about Accountant

    May 14, 2015

    Fans of the award-winning AMC cable TV series “Mad Men” are anxiously awaiting the series finale on Sunday, but many longtime viewers may not be aware that the show about Madison Avenue advertising agency executives was partly inspired by a movie about an accountant.

  • Los Angeles firm supports UCLA Economics student with $5K scholarship

    May 14, 2015

    Gumbiner Savett, a Santa Monica-based full-service accounting, taxation and consulting firm, recently congratulated Danny Vivier, the recipient of the "UCLA Department of Economics - Gumbiner Savett Inc. Endowed Undergraduate Prize for 2014-2015."

  • AICPA proposes six-point plan to improve audit performance

    May 14, 2015

    The AICPA released a Six-Point Plan to Improve Audits on Thursday that provides a roadmap for the profession’s continued journey to improving audit performance in an increasingly changing business world. The plan concentrates on financial statement audits for private companies, employee benefit plans and governmental entities in the United States.

  • How Accounting Firms Can Attract and Retain Millennials

    May 14, 2015

    With Millennials surpassing Baby Boomers as the largest living generation this year, more and more businesses are concerned with how to connect with Millennials and retain them as customers.

  • CrossFit or Fitbit, States Tax Health Clubs across U.S.

    May 13, 2015

    Nearly half of all states impose taxes on memberships in gyms, health clubs, athletic clubs and fitness clubs, while the rest either exempt memberships or don’t have state sales taxes at all, according to new research.

  • Survey finds corporate tax hiring up 28% from 2014

    May 13, 2015

    Career and leadership development portal TaxTalent released its 4th annual Tax Hiring Outlook on Monday, based on a survey of U.S. corporate heads of tax. The Hiring Outlook included 356 total respondents ranging from middle market to Fortune 10 companies. This year, 69% of those surveyed stated they would be hiring in the coming year, representing a 28% increase from the 2014 hiring data.

  • DHG announces two winners of Virginia Society of CPA's 'Top 5 Under 35'

    May 13, 2015

    Dixon Hughes Goodman (DHG)announced this week that Brian Burns and Bryan Campbell have received the Virginia Society of CPA’s (VSCPA) "Top 5 Under 35 leadership" award for 2015. Brian Burns is a Senior Manager in DHG’s Richmond office who focuses on Forensic and Valuation Services. Bryan Campbell is a Senior Manager in DHG’s Norfolk office who focuses on Assurance Services for clients in the government contracting, manufacturing and distribution and construction industries.

  • It's Time to Rethink 401(k) Automatic Enrollment and Retirement Readiness

    May 12, 2015

    There has been a significant trend in recent years to add automatic features to 401(k) retirement plans.


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