Taking a cue from the failed Repeal and Replace healthcare process, the Trump administration Wednesday released a broad outline of its tax reform plan, with many details to be spelled out in legislative form during negotiations with Congress.
The U.S. has opted out of certain international bank reporting rules, and that may be of interest to high-net-worth individuals overseas. Venable’s Friedemann Thomma explains what this might mean for U.S. tax professionals and accountants.
The home stretch of tax season will see fraudsters’ biggest push – but cybersecurity expert Kevin O’Brien says that taxpayers and tax professionals accountants will still need to protect themselves after that.
The Internal Revenue Service’s new procedure for authenticating withholding information did not go completely smoothly this past tax season, although it did hold promise for combating identity theft and tax fraud.
Tax and accounting firms have software applications for everything, but all with different features, interfaces and databases. Using separate applications results in inefficiencies and disconnected data. Watch this short video and discover the all-inclusive practice management solution.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants welcomed top officials from some of the world’s leading accounting organizations to an event highlighting the growing importance of integrated reporting.