Articles for June 2018
Tax and Financial News
Will Blockchain Technology Disrupt Audit and Assurance Services?
June 2018
Blockchain technology is raising speculation over the future of audit and assurance work and the impact it could have on accountants. Originally created to serve as the foundation for cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology has developed and been...
General Business News
How to Get More Customer Referrals
June 2018
When it comes to finding new clients, businesses can do so in many ways. Whether a radio or television spot, or an advertisement on a website, social media platform or digital billboard, the goal is to reach...
Stock Market News
Notes from the 2018 Berkshire Shareholders Meeting
June 2018
The Annual Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders' Meeting is something of a legend in the investment world. More than just an informational annual meeting, shareholders come from far and wide to listen to the...
Financial Planning
Common Money Mistakes As We Age
June 2018
It is common knowledge that as we grow old, our bodies tend to not work as well. Some folks begin having physical challenges, some have cognitive issues and some have both. But what we don’t know is which, if any, of those challenges we will...
What's New in Technology
Amazon's Alexa as a Virtual Office Assistant
June 2018
Studies have shown that as much as 40 percent of time spent at work is generally unproductive, busy work. Things like checking emails, ordering supplies, fixing the copy machine or trying to figure out...
Tip of the Month
The Effects of AI on Accounting
June 2018
Artificial Intelligence, otherwise known as AI, is not something that exists only in science fiction or Hollywood movies. It’s here. And it’s changing the way accountants are doing business. Here’s how and why....
Congress at Work
Dodd-Frank Rollback, Security Clearance Assistance, and Returning Assets from the Nazis
June 2018
Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155) – Sponsored by Sen. Michael Crapo (R-ID) in November 2017, this bill rolls back some of the provisions of the...