News Roundup

February 1, 2017

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Stay up to date on what's going on in the CPA world for the week of January 29-February 4, 2017.

Regional Firms Must Find New Ways to Recruit Talent

“Bigness Bias” presents a challenge for regional firms competing in a scarce market for top talent – how do regional players get on the radar, not just for new college recruits but also experienced professionals who might be looking for a new position?

How to Overcome Succession Planning Fears

There are a number of reasons behind the rampant procrastination of CPA firm owners regarding succession planning, but arguably none approach the tandem of the fears of a loss of income and a loss of control. Fortunately, there’s a deal structure that can overcome both objections.

How Small Accounting Firms Find Big Advantages in the Cloud

Smart use of the cloud can liberate CPAs from mundane tasks through advanced automation and better use of resources - leaving more time for focusing on client success. Here’s how your firm can effectively use cloud computing.

5 Biggest Sales and Use Tax Risks for Businesses

The long-simmering issue of varying regulations for state and online sales boils up in Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting’s recent sales and use tax compliance survey, with the majority of sales tax professionals citing interstate tax liabilities as their biggest business danger.

IRS Warns Tax Refunds Delayed for Low-Income Americans

Millions of low-income Americans who rely on their annual tax refund to help pay their bills are going to have to wait a few weeks longer to get their check this year as the agency cracks down on fraudsters.

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