Evolving licensure to keep the CPA credential strong
From the geopolitical landscape to advances in machine learning, there’s no shortage of outside forces that are disrupting business and the CPA profession. The AICPA is collaborating with NASBA to assess how initial CPA licensure may need to evolve to reflect emerging marketplace demands.
Cuyahoga County may have to repay 3,000 property owners after a tax error
Cuyahoga County may owe some 3,000 property owners restitution over a property tax error from a decade ago, a judge recently ruled.
Helping clients avoid hefty IRS penalties
Some individual retirement account owners are failing to take their required minimum distribution. If that owner is one of your member’s tax clients, here’s what needs to be done.
Here’s how Americans paid their tax bills this year
Though the majority of people who file tax returns wind up with a refund from the IRS, those who end up owing taxes often struggle to pay their bills. Here's what filers did to cover their shortfalls.
Tech Corner — Four steps to a healthier relationship with technology
Technology has the ability to move us forward, helping us advance in our personal and professional lives, but even with so many advantages, it’s important to understand what impact technology can have on different areas of our lives, such as social connections, productivity and emotional health.