• How to Secure Your Cloud-Based Software in Light of Recent Attacks

    With damages from cybercrime expected to top $6 trillion by 2021, no organization is immune. It is no longer a matter of if, but when your company or firm is attacked and given the wealth of sensitive financial data, accounting firms are a desirable target for cyber criminals to exploit.
  • IRS changes maximum-vehicle-value rule

    The IRS intends to revise its regulations to make them consistent with the recent statutory changes to the automobile price inflation adjustment in Sec. 280F(d)(7), which affect the vehicle value that applies when valuing employees’ personal use of employer-provided vehicles (Notice 2019-34).
  • The Path to App Advisory Services in 5 Easy Steps

    As accountants shift back into the true advisor role, we are able to utilize technology to solve problems like never before. Clients are starting to demand better, faster, more innovative, integrated systems, and they expect you to have advice on them. Let’s explore how to get involved in this whole new service line to embrace a holistic approach to advisory services.
  • AICPA’s Auditing Standards Board Issues Suite of Standards on Auditor Reporting, and more - May 14, 2019 News

  • Going with the Flow: Ensuring Cash, Clients and Profitability

    Accounting leaders know there are few things as important as maintaining cash flow at their firms. Retaining customers is also critical and building upon relationships is a key to success. Analysts at Gartner estimate 80% of a business’ future revenue will come from just 20% of its existing customer base.
  • Co-Working Spaces: Not Just for Start-Ups Anymore

    Co-working is often more pleasant these days than putting in eight hours at a traditional office. If you'd prefer a workspace that looks like a chic hotel lobby with waiters at your service, that can be arranged.
  • How to Overcome Resistance to Change

    With all the changes in accounting, business and the world in general, there is simply no more standing still. At one time or another, all firms share some common concerns and challenges, such as rebuilding trust, instilling a sense of ownership, shifting their strategic focus or adapting to new procedures.
  • New GASB guide assists with implementation

    GASB issued an implementation guide Thursday that is designed to assist state and local government financial reporting personnel as they adopt and apply certain GASB statements.
  • Business Revenue Survey May Signal Coming Recession

    Small and micro businesses in the U.S. saw significant signs of declining revenue growth in Q1 2019, continuing a downward trend since 2017, with less than 30% saying they plan to hire any new employees or add any subcontractors this year, according to a research report released today from Invoice2go.
  • AICPA rescinds guidance on prior-period audits

    A newly revised AICPA Technical Question and Answer (TQA) provides non authoritative guidance for performing an audit and reporting on an entity’s prior-period financial statements.

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