CPA firms are becoming more niche driven and expanding into greater advisory roles.
Tax changes have benefits, though questions remain.
Issues new and old will be a focus at the federal, state and local levels.
Bipartisan legislation would make a technical correction in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that has kept many stores and restaurants from renovating their facilities.
The final rules offer guidance on the penalty for failing to include information that’s supposed to be disclosed under the Small Business Jobs Act and how to calculate the amount.
Vulnerability to fraud can pose a catastrophic risk to any company, but to a small business, it can mean life or death.
The Accountants Confidence Index dipped for the fourth month in a row.
Small business job growth remained consistent in February with the previous month, but hourly earnings growth increased slightly over January, according to a new report from payroll giant Paychex.
The Big Four firm is seeing signs of trouble ahead for private companies, despite the strong economy in the U.S. right now.
The best exit plan is to make your firm more attractive to prospective buyers.