The latest government shutdown: Please make it go away!

It’s very hard from a distance to figure out who has lost their minds. One party, the other party, all of us, the president. – Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Senator McCaskill’s [...]

5 things I wish I knew when selecting an ERP system

Accounting professionals in the not-for-profit sector wear many hats. We often have the blessing and curse of selecting and implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. If you have [...]

Reflecting MLK’s work in the fabric of the profession

Today is the federal holiday when we commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and extraordinary work. Just shy of fifty years since his assassination, we have undoubtedly made [...]

Today’s most binge-worthy TV, brought to you by inclusion

Hopefully you were able to slow down long enough over the holidays to catch up on some of today’s most popular shows. If you’re like me, you want to see interesting shows representing [...]

3 things more important than tax reform in 2018

Your phone’s already ringing. Clients want to know how the new tax law will impact them. This is understandable, but don’t worry if you aren’t ready to answer their questions [...]

Selling your practice? Don’t forget to cover your tail

Don’t let this be you: You sell your practice and all is going well. You are enjoying retired life— when all of the sudden you get a call from your practice’s new owner. A [...]

What’s the price tag on your college football team?

The stage is set. Who will be crowned the 2018 College Football National Champion tonight? Georgia and Alabama, the teams left standing in the playoffs, will face off to decide. The game is [...]

7 proposed changes to the auditor’s report

An auditor’s report gives lenders confidence that financial statements are free of material misstatement. But does the auditor’s report really tell the story of what the auditor did [...]

Next step for tax reform: Busy season

Tax reform is now law. A few weeks ago, Congress passed H.R.1, a tax reform bill known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Its full title is “An Act to provide for reconciliation pursuant to [...]

AICPA announces 2018 CPA Exam score release dates

The 2018 score release dates are posted to the Score Release Timeline page of the AICPA’s CPA Examination page. For complete information regarding scoring, please visit the Examination [...]

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