Deloitte gets Acne

Deloitte has acquired Acne, a Swedish creative agency that designs marketing and advertising campaigns for companies such as Ikea, H&M, Spotify, Telenor and Max in Europe.

IRS used extra funding for cybersecurity and identity theft protection

The Internal Revenue Service spent the extra $290 million appropriated by Congress last year to improve taxpayer service and cybersecurity and safeguard against identity theft, according to a new report.

Helping clients navigate the high net worth financial maze

As people begin to amass wealth, the clarity and simplicity of their financial lives can quickly diminish.

360 Cloud Solutions now offers Adaptive Insights

The NetSuite partner is building a service offering around the financial planning and analytics software.

Lawmakers ask IRS to stop rehiring problem employees

A group of five Republican members on the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee wrote a letter Thursday to Internal Revenue Service commissioner John Koskinen urging the IRS to stop rehiring former employees who had previous conduct or performance issues.

In the blogs: Bad omissions

Repatriation wrinkles; PLR pricetags; state and local tax info; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

Tax Fraud Blotter: Supplemental income

Phony IDs from far away; renounced citizenship, concealed assets; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

IRS delays e-Services outages

This weekend’s outages for IRS e-Services have been postponed.

Xero releases plug-in for Microsoft Outlook

Users can pull pertinent information from their email straight into Xero HQ.

KPMG, EY and PwC leaders speak out on Charlottesville

KPMG chairman and CEO Lynn Doughtie, Ernst & Young chairman and CEO Mark Weinberger, and PricewaterhouseCoopers U.S. chairman and senior partner Tim Ryan are weighing in on the protests in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend, denouncing the bigotry and hatred on display.