Building an advisory practice at an accounting firms requires accountants to think differently.
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Joylyn Ankeney encourages us to expand our definitions of professionalism wide enough to reach inclusive and unrelenting representation across cultures, "The more visibility we have to alternate ideas of what it can look like to show up as a professional the more space we create for people to join us here."
Sue Coffey, the CEO of public accounting at the AICPA and Lexy Kessler a Mid-Atlantic leader at Top 100 Firm Aprio, and chair of the National Pipeline Advisory Group, share what's being done in the short term and the long term to address the profession's shortage of new accountants.
Tax season is around the corner. Starting now with a few easy steps can relieve much of the pressure later.
Shy Montoya, one of the Yaeger CPA Review course single-part winners, is eager to wrap up her higher education journey by passing the CPA exam.
Tax and other public accounting firms can help create a brighter future for the profession with these strategies, which include managing workloads, offering training and growth opportunities, and providing flexible work arrangements.
This week's topics: IRS delays certain parts of expanded Form 1099-K filings added in ARPA to 2024 tax years; FinCEN enters the ERC fraud enforcement game, publishing 10 red flags for financial institutions to use to identify suspicious transactions that may need to be reported to FinCEN.
Firms remain slow to grasp the value of DEI initiatives for tapping new sources of talent and boosting retention rates.
Of the 21 different types of return, the majority will see an increase in volume between FY 2022 and FY 2023. Five types of return are projected to increase in volume by more than 45% in FY 2023 over the previous year's actual total.
Women currently in the workforce are well behind male counterparts when it comes to saving for retirement, a survey finds.
Discover these six strategies that can help you support the flow of young people into the CPA profession.
This week's topics: IRS clarified FAQ on §139A and backpay for wrongfully incarcerated members of the armed services; FinCEN adds to the FAQ on beneficial ownership information reporting
The Internal Revenue Service is reminding those who may be entitled to the Recovery Rebate Credit to file a tax return and claim their money before it’s too late.
This week's topics: Inflation adjusted numbers for 2024 issued by the IRS; Minor revisions made in final BOI FinCEN Identifier rules; The IRS issues its second ERC-related GLAM, this time taking aim at OSHA related partial shutdown theories; If a Notice isn’t binding on the courts, does that mean we can just pretend it doesn’t exist when advising our clients?
The 2023 recipient of the McDonald Jacobs PC scholarship and Portland State University student, Emily (Ngan) Dinh, is confident that her future career in accounting will be the key to achieving her greatest dreams.
Be a champion for arts, heritage and humanities by informing your clients who support nonprofit cultural organizations that they can receive a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit by making a contribution to the Oregon Cultural Trust.
Congratulations to Josiah Roth for receiving the 2023 Aldrich CPAs + Advisors LLP scholarship and graduating from Corban University in May! Now, he's ready to conquer new heights by obtaining his CPA license.
This week's topics: 2024 inflation adjusted retirement numbers released by the IRS; MeF 1040 shutdown date announced by the IRS; Trust found liable for transferee tax in failed Son-of-BOSS shelter to offset stock sale gain; IRC §41 refund claim grace period extended for yet another year; Tax Court refuses to expand equitable relief for missing 90-day deadline to file petition
After attending the Career Showcase this Fall, 2023 recipient of the Isler Northwest LLC Scholarship, Corban University student Kayla Moore is ready to take the CPA profession by storm.
When passion meets purpose, incredible things happen. Congratulations to Hannah Krantz, Corban University student and 2023 OSCPA Educational Foundation Recipient of the Dougall Conradie LLC Scholarship. As an aspiring CPA, Hannah looks forward to getting lost in the numbers so her clients can focus on what is most important to them.