Since March, when the weekly Vendor Spotlight feature first launched, we have showcased 34 accounting solutions providers of all shapes and sizes — a wide variety of companies that, despite their differences, all focus on providing the tools that have become a necessity for any professional looking to guide their clients through the slings and arrows of this outrageous modern economy.
Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) issued a final rule (RIN 1506-AB62) Wednesday extending the deadline for companies created or registered in 2024 to file initial beneficial ownership information (BOI) reports to 90 calendar days from the original 30 calendar days.
Good pay, global job opportunities, and job security topped the list of reasons, according to a ShareFile survey of accountants.
More than 10,000 jobs seeking wherewithal in generative AI have been posted so far this year.
Pivotal culture changes are ahead, as Gen Z workers become a more dominant presence in the workplace.
mployees frustrated with their CEOs’ return-to-office mandates have tried arguing that remote work is linked with greater productivity. That it helps the environment with fewer commutes and improves diversity by broadening the talent pool. Now, they may have another argument to get their CEOs’ attention: Higher revenue growth.
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Finance leaders are more likely to be watching and learning about AI tools versus implementing them, according to Gartner.
The financial outlook of large-company leaders in business and industry continues to brighten.
Within HR and employment law AI will change the way we work, but it will not eliminate the need for expert, professional advice on specialist or complex issues.
But a large majority of employees say their companies need to be more transparent about how it can improve workflows.
Connecticut has passed four directives regarding CPA Exam credit retention.
Working to implement an effective budgeting process sets CFOs up for a successful budgeting season.
You're probably not as worried about cybersecurity as you should be. The threat to firms from cybercriminals is literally constant. There are three basic cybersecurity outcomes for firms in case of an attack. One is a disaster. Would your firm survive?
Technology has much to offer the practice owner, but the human aspect is still essential, says Sacheen Yadav.
Budgets for employee salary increases have grown by an average of 4.4% in 2023, the highest increase in more than two decades, according to a long-running survey.
As part of a larger effort to protect small businesses and organizations from scams, the Internal Revenue Service today announced the details of a special withdrawal process to help those who filed an Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claim and are concerned about its accuracy.
Many companies are or plan on using new technologies to control and account for employee spending, new data shows.
John Raspante, risk management director at McGowan Pro, was featured in the Accounting Today podcast "Emerging risks for accountants." John and McGowan Pro Senior Vice President Stephen Vono spoke with Dan Hood on the new areas that are sparking claims against firms — and the tools they can use to protect themselves.
The new term highlights the friction between the return-to-office push and flexible work schedules.