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Accountants beware: Fraudsters are customizing phishing attacks with fake QuickBooks invoices and TurboTax notifications, warns Todd O’Boyle, the co-founder and chief technology officer of malware detection provider Percipient Networks.
MyFirmsApp, a U.K.-based technology development company, has gotten the go-ahead to use the technology powering Amazon’s Alexa voice-based assistant to develop artificial intelligence apps for accounting.
Treasury Secretary nominee said one of his priorities if confirmed would be to increase staff and modernize technology at the Internal Revenue Service—a move that Republicans who control the agency’s budget may reject.