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Looking at Tax Technology Innovations at the WSCPA Pacific Tax Institute

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to speak at the Washington Society of CPAs’ (WSCPA) Pacific Tax Institute about the changes coming to the accounting profession with big data, robotic process automation, and artificial intelligence technologies. These technologies have reached a point of practical maturity for use in supporting tax services. It’s always interesting … Continue reading

People at the Mercy of Political Whim?

Sitting here at the AICPA Governing Council meeting, I am astounded by the number of times the political environment as a key uncertainty, is mentioned by AICPA President & CEO Barry Melancon going through his professional issues update (a survey of the landscape of issues in the accounting and tax world).  This is not only … Continue reading

Are you working for/with a Have or Have-Not CPA firm?

I spent the last three days with 19 other thought leaders and four prominent vendors in the Public Accounting segment of the CPA profession. I say the Public Accounting segment because I think too often we forget that there are many CPAs who are no longer in public accounting, but instead working in business & … Continue reading

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