Monthly Archives: June 2016
The news reports on cyber security over the past few weeks are enough to make many CPA firms yearn for the days of paper file cabinets and adding machine tape.
Employment law errors can cost organizations millions of dollars – much of which could have been avoided if employers knew what was required of them.
Every audit professional has varying professional development needs, from new hires to partners. There is a natural progression of necessary skills.
How big a deal are data security breaches? A June 2016 ID Theft Center Report said over 12.5 million data records have been breached in the first six months of 2016.
Professionals working with governments and not-for-profits will find 2016 to be a transitional year. Ensure you are staying up-to-date with all of the changes.
Well, That’s Almost as Grueling as Busy Season: Tax Accountant Turned Triathlete Favored for Gold in Rio
Gwen Jorgensen holds open the possibility she might someday return to tax work, but for now pursuing Olympic gold is her full-time job.
Doing business in Canada can provide numerous growth opportunities for U.S. businesses. Here are some income and sales tax issues to consider when doing business.