Senate Releases Its Version of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Tax Reform

By Keith Donnelly

With the House passing its “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” last week and the Senate releasing its version yesterday (see our Tax Reform page), U.S. ... read more >

Tax Reform Series: International Tax Implications from the House and Senate Tax Bills

This month, the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate both released proposed laws looking to dramatically reform taxation in America. On November 16, ... read more >

Ohio Tax Amnesty 2018

The Ohio Department of Taxation (“Department”) announced that the 2018 tax amnesty program, which was implemented as part of the 2018-2019 ... read more >

CPA Exam Changes - Remaining Current, Relevant, Reliable, and Legally Defensible

On April 1, 2017, the Uniform CPA Examination underwent its largest change since the exam transitioned from a pen-and-paper exam to a computerized exam ... read more >

Impact Fee vs. Severance Tax

Natural gas producers for unconventional wells do pay something; it’s in the form of an impact fee. Impact fees arose from PA Act 13 of 2012. In ... read more >

Revenue Recognition - What Public Construction Industry Companies are Saying

In just over a month and a half, many public construction industry companies will be adopting FASB ASU 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers (Topic ... read more >

House Passes Tax Bill

Tax Reform

By Ryan Broze

A tax reform bill has been passed by the House of Representatives today, November 16, 2017. The bill, H.R.1, passed by a 227-205 margin along party lines, ... read more >

AICPA's Progress Toward Improving Employee Benefit Plan Audits

Audit|ERISA

By Todd Lucas

In 2014, the AICPA launched an initiative for improving the quality of audits by improving the overall audit process. The process for enhancing audit quality ... read more >