Accounting Firms Should Think Twice About Leasing Solar Panels
KPMG Study Reveals Surprising Plan for ESG Spending by Companies
French Companies Trade U.S. Tax Credits to Spur Renewable Projects
Patriot Software to Host Webinar on 401(k) Benefits
Layoff Anxiety Has Some Workers Ready to Do More For Less, Survey Finds
With news of layoffs proliferating, a new survey finds that one in five workers would take a pay cut to keep their job.
U.S. Exports to Cuba Increased in 2023
Exports of food and other goods from the United States were up last year thanks to an explosion of trade involving private small and medium enterprises on the island.
Mowery & Schoenfeld Merges in Chicago Firm Hochfelder & Weber
The top 200 accounting firm has combined with Hochfelder & Weber, a CPA firm with a 91-year history in Chicago.
PKF O’Connor Davies Picks Up a Boutique Firm in New Jersey
The top 30 accounting firm acquired SuárezBaldomero, a boutique CPA firm with a growing international clientele, on Jan. 1.
Voting Opens for 2024 Readers’ Choice Awards
The CPA Practice Advisor Readers’ Choice Awards give readers the opportunity to spotlight the technologies they most rely on and trust to manage their firms.
Grant Thornton Uses Microsoft AI for Compliance and Risk Management
Clients can enjoy operational insights more quickly and cost-effectively, which could add up to a new level of efficiency and a path toward transformative growth.
Big Four Firms in the U.K. Slam Brakes on Jobs as Vacancies Dive 60%
Even as firms ask recruiters to research potential candidates, they're holding off on job postings due to fears over the economy.
Mazars Fell a Smidge Short of $3 Billion in Global Revenue Last Year
Mazars reached global revenue of €2.8 billion ($2.998 billion) in 2023, up from €2.45 billion ($2.63 billion) in 2022.