Tax & Accounting Blog

How Public-Private Partnerships Can Support Sustainable Development Goals

How Public-Private Partnerships Can Support Sustainable Development Goals

Last year, 193 member states gathered at the United Nations to adopt a bold initiative known as “Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” or Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A successor to the Millennium Development Goals established 15 years ago, this new agenda contains 17 goals with 169 targets for confronting global hunger, … Read More

The Accountant’s Guide to the Social Media Galaxy

The Accountant’s Guide to the Social Media Galaxy

Traditionally, accountants and accounting marketers relied primarily on face-to-face networking for marketing and business development. With the proliferation of social media, a paradigm shift has occurred from in-person conversations to online networking. If your firm remains reluctant about joining the social sphere, consider the opportunities you may be missing. Accounting firms engage in social media … Read More

2016 Year-End Training Opportunities

2016 Year-End Training Opportunities

It’s time to boost your productivity and get the most out of your software. Our year-end training is designed to provide you, your firm and employees with the knowledge and skills to help you become more effective and efficient. It’s an investment in yourself and your firm that will pay off next year. Plus, it’s … Read More

Sell and Market High-Value Payroll Services with myPay Solutions

Sell and Market High-Value Payroll Services with myPay Solutions

Like most practitioners, the prospect of expanding into a full-service firm is your ideal. You’d love your clients to come to you for all their accounting and tax needs—and to take advantage of the high-value services that can help them better run their businesses. So which services can you offer? What about payroll, one of … Read More

State-by-State Reciprocity Agreements

State-by-State Reciprocity Agreements

Let’s talk reciprocals. Reciprocity agreements mean that two states allow its residents to only pay tax on where they live—instead of where they work. For instance, this is particularly important to higher wage earners who live in Pennsylvania and work in New Jersey. Pennsylvania’s top rate is 3.07%, while New Jersey’s top rate is 8.97%. … Read More