Author Archives: Surgent CPE Team
CPE hours are an integral part of the accounting profession; CPAs use them not only to keep their licenses current, but to stay up-to-date on new technologies and advancements and enhance their careers. However, getting CPE hours isn’t exactly easy, and finding relevant opportunities can be time consuming and frustrating, especially if your deadline is […]
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act implemented in December 2017 will cause dramatic changes to the tax treatment of alimony payments as of January 1st, 2019, effectively reversing the tax treatment of payments by payers and recipients. Here, we’ll provide an overview of how the new law will affect divorce or separation instruments, and how […]
With many details yet to be settled, timely new course series from Surgent will help CPAs and tax preparers orient themselves for likely tax and ACA reform.
The reality is that accountants are a pretty cool bunch who have, over the years, contributed a whole lot more to society than just the double-entry bookkeeping system.
The IRS is warning tax professionals about a scam involving email and IRS e-services. The scam is actually a variation of a prior scam, where tax professionals receive an email asking them to update their accounts.
There is very surprising math that supports paying more to meet your CPE requirements. Let’s run through a case study and examine numbers.
Choosing a continuing professional education (CPE) course should be more than just Googling. Here are the top 5 things to consider when choosing CPE.
Being able to make a living in an industry you love can make a big difference in how you feel about going to work every day. Here are five accounting industry gigs that are pretty darned cool.
A growing number of accounting firms are expanding staff training procedures to include firm-wide guidance on how to avoid cybersecurity risks.
Surgent has recognized Bill Taylor, CPA, with the James L. McCoy Discussion Leader of the Year Award for the 2015-2016 teaching season.