Tax & Accounting Blog

Payroll Rates for 2018

Payroll Rates for 2018

It’s time once again to post the federal limits that payroll professionals need — this time, for 2018. We expect changes to be frequent, and this year may end up with very different results; however, this information is accurate as of the writing date of this article (January 2, 2018). Also, this year’s limits may … Read More

2018 New Year’s Evolutions

2018 New Year’s Evolutions

In every aspect of our lives, technology is changing the status quo — and the tax and accounting profession is no exception. Technology is helping firms simplify work, improve communication and save time and money. Yet it’s also challenging business as usual, requiring firms to reassess long-standing staff roles, processes and revenue streams. We asked … Read More

Global Interests: Serving immigrant entrepreneurs is at the core of success for Community CPA

Global Interests: Serving immigrant entrepreneurs is at the core of success for Community CPA

[Image ©Kathryn Gamble] When people in Iowa ask Ying Sa where she’s from, they’re surprised to hear her say, “Canada.” Then again, Sa likes to be unexpected. Although she was born in China, she came to the U.S. after getting her degree in accounting from Toronto’s York University. “When I graduated, I made up my … Read More