Yearly Archives: 2022
Surgent’s first-to-market CPE course covers the IRA’s new tax provisions in detail, equipping participants to properly advise their individual and business clients if and how the tax changes impact their tax planning.
Did you know that there are more than 400,000 tax preparers who don’t complete any approved ongoing tax education? How can they claim to be competent when they don’t keep up with ever-changing tax rules and regulations? Worse yet, how many of them are hucksters lurking in the shadows, preying on those who don’t understand […]
COVID-19 pandemic forces CPAs and accounting firms to adopt new training methods
By Richard Daisley, CPA
Surgent CPE offers continuing education courses to improve interpersonal skills and help offset the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the workplace.
Game-based CPE/CE courses give tax and accounting professionals another learning option In the post-pandemic world, and considering the continuation of the great resignation, attracting and retaining talent has been a significant focus of public accounting firms. Learning and development leads are compelled to create a vibrant workplace brand that attracts top people. But then, you […]
Game-based CE courses make learning fun for professionals For most accounting, finance and tax professionals continuing education courses are a requirement of the job. But continuing education courses don’t have to be boring. Are you tired of traditional approaches to learning? Are you bored by lectures or zone out easily when watching recorded videos? Today’s […]
Are you prepared for a ransomware attack? If the answer is “no” – and it probably is – then now is the time to get ready. Ransomware attacks are on the rise, and every business is a possible target. Preparation and prevention are the keys to avoiding the dire consequences – the costs, leaks of […]
As the days get longer, the snow melts and flowers start to bloom, it can only mean one thing – employee benefit plan audit season is almost upon us. The upcoming season of audits of employee benefit plans with Dec. 31, 2021, year ends will be significantly different than in years past, as Statement on […]
Last year, the IRS announced new Schedules K-2 and K-3 for the 2021 tax year. These schedules were introduced to standardize the reporting of international tax items that were previously reported on Schedule K-1. The IRS published updated instructions for Forms 1065, 1120-S and 8865 on Jan. 18, 2022, stating that entities with no foreign […]
Is the Build Back Better Act (BBB) going on a diet? President Biden’s $2.2 trillion spending proposal is showing signs that it’s too big to squeeze through the doors of the U.S. Senate, but advocates believe that losing a few pounds – er, dollars – is just what it needs to win final approval. The […]