Jacquetta Griggs’ first accounting job was a part-time public practice position in 1996. She was drawn to the field out of a natural tendency to want to help others and be a trusted advisor. At school, the subjects Jacquetta enjoyed were economics and accounting – a sign that accounting was […]
The 2019 tax season is the first to observe President Donald Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). The tax law made sweeping changes to the US tax code, including limiting the annual deduction amount for state and local taxes (SALT) to $US10,000. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration […]
Some tax deductions and tax credits for businesses and individuals are unique to the United States tax code. The Foreign Earned Income Exclusion, for example, allows expats to avoid paying US taxes on income earned in the country where they live and work. New under the Tax Cuts and Jobs […]
The Greater Bay Area (GBA) in China, which has a collective GDP of $US1.56 trillion, is speculated to become a global hub of trade and finance to rival New York or Tokyo. And Paul Ho FCPA is helping to make that happen. Ho, a partner at Ernst & Young, Hong […]
Bookkeepers are finding that the emerging marijuana industry can be a boon for business. The complicated, constantly evolving regulations around marijuana in the US – not to mention, the gold-rush aspect of the mostly cash industry – is giving accountants lots of work. CPAs find they can charge higher fees […]
If you work in accounting and finance, you have most likely heard of Certified Practicing Accountants, also known as CPAs. A CPA designation takes your accounting and business skills to the next level, providing additional, in-depth training that opens up diverse career paths. If you’re debating whether to work towards […]
Transitioning into the new environment.
Change has gotta come.