Fun For All: This is how accountants are spending their summer
From vacations to regular hours to team-building getaways, this is how practitioners will spend the summer months
How SME accounting practitioners are spending the summer
In the first of a two-part series, we find that workflow management projects are a major focus of firms in the summer
Crowe Soberman to promote new, Crowe global rebranding, says Cukier
U.S.-based global network Crowe drops Horwath from name as international network rebrands as Crowe Global
Tax season is (finally!) over. How are Canadian accountants celebrating?
April 30th marked the end of another tax season of hard work and long hours for practitioners. Now it’s time to celebrate!
Why accounting engagement templates make dollars and sense for Canadian accountants
Efficiency, cost control driving popularity of third-party, integrated Caseware packages in public practice
Not So Fast: Federal Court Of Appeal Strongly Confirms Transactional Common Interest Privilege
Wendy Berman of Cassels Brock on how the Iggillis Holdings ruling and solicitor-cllient privilege
Canada Revenue Agency: Solicitor-Client Privilege For Commonly Interested Parties
Solicitor-Client privilege bars the CRA from compelling legal-advice documents when a taxpayer discloses to a party with a common interest, says tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch
When business couples break up. How should CPAs respond to disclosure demands?
Liability lawyer James Lane on how to navigate the legalities of financial disclosure
MNP continues Eastern Canada expansion with Cornwall accounting merger
64-year-old CKDM LLP of Cornwall to be rebranded as MNP firm in June
Major audit issues down but accounting regulator wants more consistency
Consistency of execution needed across full audit cycle, says CPAB’s new CEO, Carol Paradine