He Shoots and Misses! Soccer Star Found Guilty of Tax Fraud


By PJ Rogers

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi "Messi" will want to forget the summer of 2016. Although winning Spain's domestic soccer cup "La Liga" ... read more >



By Dennis Mowrey

Once the Tax Reform Act of 1986 was passed, taxpayers were no longer allowed to deduct non-economic losses from passive activities from wage and investment ... read more >

Back-To-School Household Spending Projected to Increase Nearly 7% in 2016


By Adam Goode

The National Retail Federation (NFR) recently published its annual back-to-school consumer spending survey, which was conducted by Prosper Insights & ... read more >

The People of Schneider Downs


By Sarah Walker

When I first started working at Schneider Downs, I was nervous to work with so many different people who learned and taught differently from me. I only ... read more >

Path to Schneider Downs


By Adam LaRue

My first set of difficult decisions came when I was a senior in high school; I needed to choose a college and a field of study that I wished to pursue. ... read more >

Hello from the Other Side - My Internship Experience


By Jessica Chin

Finding an audit internship was my number-one goal starting this past year of college at Robert Morris University. Going into my final year, I applied ... read more >

My Thoughts on Auditing

On the first day of my first class of my junior year of college, Intermediate Accounting welcomes me back from summer vacation with a worker from career ... read more >

The Road to Tax

To say I had a different track than most people in public accounting is an understatement. I am the first to admit that, at age 18, I had no idea where ... read more >

Curiosity Caught My Eye

When Schneider Downs visited our building at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, I was immediately intrigued and confused at the same time. Why ... read more >