Many taxpayers want to pay less themselves — but want others to pay more.
The service is better at detecting identity theft in business tax returns, according to a new report, but it’s still letting many potentially fraudulent claims get through.
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CalCPA develops “tax journey” collection of resources and virtual events; RKL names three practice line leaders; and more CPA news.
Replicon's intelligent time tracking app is available for SAP, Mavenlink adds staffing module, and Compass Lending Platform rebrands as Javelin.
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IAASB and IESBA announce deputy chairs and board appointments; Grant Thornton names two national managing partners; and more CPA news.
Cybersecurity audit software maker gets seed funding, online tax research tool available for individual tax topics, and more.
Coffee pots are more dangerous than office bathrooms, and gloves aren't recommended.
Practitioners share their challenges and solutions in working remotely during the pandemic.
BKD promotes 65; EY appoints two office managing partners; and more CPA news.
The CARES Act will play a critical role, according to Grant Thornton.
Nearly 70 percent of organizations that have furloughed or laid off their employees during the novel coronavirus pandemic plan to back-fill the roles that were eliminated with other employees taking over.
The Internal Revenue Service is giving taxpayers more time until Nov. 21 to register their dependents for the $500 per child Economic Impact Payments provided under the CARES Act.
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