The 2nd bluest Big 4 firm is now also the 2nd Big 4 firm to commit to a gargantuan training facility. KPMG announced today that it would be building "a state-of-the art learning, development, and innovation facility to further enhance the world-class training capabilities it offers to its partners and professionals," in Orlando's Lake Nona community.
Well, this is something.
Accountingfly's featured job this week is a Tax Preparer with Ryan & Coscia, P.C. in Salem, MA.
Plus, presidential tax returns, blockchain can be a force for good, VW execs are in trouble, goat yoga and more.
Have you noticed the global shift to USB Type-C yet? Well, the ball is rolling. And, if the product launches at the end of 2016 were any indication, the shift is picking up speed.
You're working with much stranger things than widgets.
Plus, a documentary on Warren Buffett, Iceland, cracking jokes and more.
The term “trusted advisor” is so overused and embellished in public accounting—to the extent that this term now breeds complacency. In this blog we’ll explore this complacency, what our clients need and what service from a real trusted advisor looks like.
Michael Rapoport reports in the Wall Street Journal on the waning James Doty era at the PCAOB and that he will probably exit with unfinished business:
Plus, Valeant sells some assets, where Americans move, "President of Playlists" and more.
Back when I was a tax associate, my colleagues and I would watch the Hoops and Yoyo “It’s Sarcastic Wednesday.”