Tax & Accounting Blog

How to Bridge the Generation Gap with Millennial Clients

How to Bridge the Generation Gap with Millennial Clients

In a world shaped by rapidly advancing technology, economic challenges and overwhelming student debt, millennials confront unique challenges in developing financial proficiency—especially when it comes to filing taxes. It’s also increasingly common for millennials to earn income through nontraditional means (ranging from social media profits to various contract and freelance jobs), which can further complicate … Read More

Minimum Wage Changes for 2017

Minimum Wage Changes for 2017

Several states and localities have announced minimum wage changes for 2017. Twenty-five states, plus the District of Columbia, index their minimum wages to rise automatically with the cost of living. Four more states, also including the District of Columbia, will index minimum wage increases annually beginning in future years: Alaska (2017), Washington, D.C. (2017), Minnesota … Read More

How can a technology partnering strategy land sustained results?

How can a technology partnering strategy land sustained results?

Reading this latest article from The Atlantic magazine on the impact that secure land rights has on both individuals’ and nations’ ability to generate wealth, I think back two years to another October afternoon in Washington, D.C. when Thomson Reuters and the Atlantic Council hosted a Q&A with Nigeria’s then Finance … Read More

How to Navigate Complex International Tax Issues

How to Navigate Complex International Tax Issues

International tax departments are being hit from all angles with new regulations and complex issues. From Brexit to BEPS, from FATCA to TPP, the most critical issue is navigating the changing nature of global business and the complex implications for operations. Implementing the right technology, challenging the status quo, and building the right team that … Read More