New Phishing Scheme Mimics Tax Software Providers
The IRS is warning tax professionals about an emerging phishing email scam that pretends to be from tax software providers and tries to trick recipients into clicking on a bogus link. The email scheme is the latest in a series of attempts by fraudsters to trick people into giving up sensitive information or making unnecessary payments.
Learn How Audit Committees Can Evaluate Non-GAAP Measures
In light of the increase in company reporting of non-GAAP measures and the resulting attention from regulators, the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) has issued the publication Questions on Non-GAAP Measures: A Tool for Audit Committees.
Master the Most Crucial KPI: Pricing Power
Pricing power has gained traction as one of the most powerful tactics to realize profit amidst fluctuating market conditions. CFO.com shares strategies for increasing overall pricing levels without losing demand.
Navigate the Top 10 Challenges of Firms with Multiple Offices
As more firms consolidate to improve their bottom line, juggling multiple offices has become the new norm for many CPA firm leaders. AccountingWEB discusses some of the challenges faced by those managing multiple office locations.
IRS Plans to Set Security Standards for Tax Preparers
IRS Security Summit members have been discussing progress on combating identity theft-related tax refund fraud, including a greater focus on education and new security standards for tax preparers, reports Accounting Today.