AccountantsWorld integrates with Ledgersync

AccountantsWorld has integrated its Accounting Power cloud-based software with Ledgersync, a company that provides feeds of banking information such as checks, bank statements and transactions that go automatically into accounting software.


Accountants want substantially more advisory revenue

Everywhere these days, news headlines scream that automation stands to eliminate many of the traditional jobs in the U.S.


Expense management software vendors combine to challenge Concur

Four expense management software vendors—Certify, Nexonia, ExpenseWatch and Tallie—are merging into one company, after an investment firm, K1 Investment Management, said it is investing $125 million in an effort to challenge SAP’s Concur for dominance of the market.


Employment-related identity theft much bigger than previously thought

The number of victims of employment-related identity theft is far larger than previously estimated and the Internal Revenue Service’s processes aren’t able to keep up, according to a new report.


CFOs don’t always qualify as finance leaders

Few CFOs give themselves high marks for effectiveness, and only a small proportion have the necessary traits to qualify as finance leaders, according to a new report.


Firm on the move: AAFCPAs pledges Day of Service to local farm

RSM awards $250K grant to the University of Massachusetts Amherst; NJSCPA honored 27 with Diversity & Inclusion awards; and more news from CPA offices across the country.


People on the move: Deloitte appoints U.S. Treasury vet managing director

Gettry Marcus partner earns lifetime achievement award; INCPAS president and CEO retires; and other recent hires, promotions and personnel news from firms across the country.


AICPA Engage: A 'Let's Get Radical' round-up

Jody Padar shares her many insights from the recent Las Vegas conference.


Obamacare taxes torched in Senate bill, drawing Democratic ire

The long-awaited Obamacare replacement plan from Senate Republicans wouldn’t do much to preserve coverage for millions of poor and working-class people, but it would deliver tax cuts to the wealthiest Americans.


More ITINs to expire

The IRS is warning a new set of Individual Taxpayer ID Number holders to renew.