Bringing youth and diversity to the profession

As the accounting profession struggles to attract a new and more diverse cohort of accountants, Harold Deiters, a partner at Baker Tilly and president of the New York State Society of CPAs shares why it matters, and what his state is doing to move the needle – as well as why giving back to the profession is well worth it.

6 tax tips for startups

A checklist for clients who are looking to start a business

Notices on the way for expiring ITINs

The IRS is notifying taxpayers with certain numbers that they need to renew.

Doty to remain at PCAOB for search, transition

SEC Chair Jay Clayton calls for nominees for open board spots.

Truckers take note: Highway use tax returns due Aug. 31

Forms 2290 for heavy vehicles used in July and later face a filing deadline.

10 things in tech you may have missed: Recruiting on Snapchat

Reaching Millennials recruits through social media and text messages, raising capital through cryptocurrencies, and more.

Sustainability: How CPAs can be part of a global conversation

The United Nations Academic Impact and MLOW provide an example to follow.

5 steps towards a solid sales and marketing strategy

Just as no ship would sail without navigational tools, no successful professional services firm would attempt to grow their business without a solid sales and marketing strategy.

BDO managing partner receives ALPFA 'Lifetime Achievement' award

Alfredo Cepero was honored by the Association of Latino Professionals for America for his commitment to diversity in the profession.

Scope creep: How to stop it before it starts

I’ve always wondered if others see me as a bit of a “yes person.” I work hard, and I’m proud that the individuals and teams I work with consider me a team player. But always being on deck to help has not always served me well.