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QuickBooks Connect 2019 didn’t arrive with any big product releases or company news. Instead, Intuit discussed injecting artificial intelligence into its existing products, and adding capabilities to the QuickBooks suite.
November 12
For all the worry about the interaction of blockchain and assurance, there haven't been many real-life examples of it -- until now, with Top 100 Firm Armanino's release of a new attest product around stablecoins. The firm's Scott Copeland and Andries Verschelden share the details, and what it means for the future of assurance.
November 11
Berdon partners with Rutgers Continuous Auditing and Reporting Lab; Dean Dorton and Baker Newman Noyes move offices; and more CPA news.
November 8
CalCPA appoints chief learning officer; Katz, Sapper & Miller adds 22 managers; and more CPA news.
November 8
Marcum Financial Services will also mark its 10th anniversary by giving back to local communities via financial literacy courses.
November 8
Well more than half of accounting firms offer more than three distinct services to business clients.
November 6
M&A
A pair of mergers in New Jersey involving Top 100 Firms were announced Tuesday.
November 5
M&A
Firms are joining forces in Tennessee and Texas.
November 4
Leaders from the two top workplaces in accounting in 2019 -- Victor Ramsauer of LevitZacks and James Rinn of Maxwell, Locke & Ritter -- dive into what sets their firms apart.
November 4
When a client hires a nanny, housekeeper, or senior caregiver, they have to navigate a host of tricky issues such as taxes and employment and labor laws. Whether the IRS considers a worker an independent contractor or employee has a major impact on clients’ tax reporting responsibilities, whether they need to pay overtime, and how they set up payroll.
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