EY participates in 2017 Earthwatch Ambassadors Program

The Big Four firm donated over 3,000 hours of service to local entrepreneurs in Peru and Mexico.

McConnell said to release revised GOP health-care bill Monday

Senate leaders are expected to release a revised version of their health-care bill Monday, according to two people familiar with the matter, as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tries to win over at least six Republican holdouts.

How to run a tech-forward firm

From softball and motherhood to a tech-obsessed accounting professional: Founder of Powerful Accounting Dawn Brolin shares her story of how she started — and continues to grow — her firm.

Nonprofits should be bracing for their next audit

Now is the time to review systems and processes to prevent future trouble.

Aplos acquires Portalbuzz

The merger adds a web builder, member invoicing, a member portal and more to the company’s portfolio.

Red Wing Software offers virtual classroom

The online classes cover the company’s accounting and payroll products.

Employer branding strategy best practices for CPA firms

Professional services companies such as CPA firms are unique animals when it comes to marketing.

New phishing scam targets tax pros

The Internal Revenue Service, along with state tax agencies and the tax industry, is cautioning tax preparers to beware of a new phishing scheme revolving around emails claiming to be from a tax software education provider.

The tax implications of the GOP health bill

A look at the provisions of the Senate plan and how they differ from the House version of the legislation.

Arthur Andersen accuses Andersen Tax of forgery

The French company that claims to hold the trademarks of the former Big Five accounting firm Arthur Andersen & Co. sent Accounting Today a copy of the lawsuit Friday it filed against Andersen Tax over the rights to the Andersen brand, alleging the use of forged documents and an attempt to obtain court rulings using forgeries.