CPA Practice Advisor
CPA Practice Advisor is the definitive resource for information to tax and accounting professionals in public practice across the United States.
By now, firms have closed the books on the 2005 tax season, which naturally means it’s time to tune up our tax departments for 2006 by implementing evolutionary practices that made this last year more successful for the leading firms.
The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) saw a record year in 2005 in terms of enrollment and use.
Every January, The CPA Technology Advisor provides a special Tax Season Survival Guide, offering useful tips on preparing for the upcoming tax preparation season, as well as additional features and tax-specific resources.
Microsoft announced today a combination of perks intended to further push sales of the 2006 version of the company's new Microsoft Office Small Business Accounting program.
At the September Florida CPA Society Show in Fort Lauderdale last month, I stopped in at the NASBA booth and visited with Jill Gordon, a very exuberant promoter of her agency’s soon-to-be-released web-based CPE tracking tool.
With a booming market, real estate has become an increasingly popular investment option over the past decade.
How to Profit from Payroll
The professional service trades have a long history of relationship networking and have often utilized the power of community to get new clients, to meet more prospects and to generally market their services, but there is more to be accomplished.
Public accounting is a very special profession. I’m sure you each vividly remember your first day on the job, fresh out of school and … dumb as a box of rocks. Of course, you didn’t know the last part.
With the tax season just about to get started, enduring long hours at the office is a dreaded reality that many accountants and tax professionals are about to face.
Many advisors shy away from offering financial planning for reasons that do not hold up to the forgotten truths of today’s financial service industry.
OPINION -- Well, actually it’s only ONE idea --- but its SO BAD that it could well qualify for all 10 places. The IRS is seeking to revise the privacy rules to allow commercial return preparers to share confidential taxpayer information to third party...
New words for the modern workplace vocabulary