U.S. Accounting Pay Beats London, but Not Asia

New global study shows 43 percent of accountants are ready to jump ship. Here’s why. By CPA Trendlines Research The war for top talent in the U.S. accountancy profession is spreading worldwide, fueled by growth and increased confidence, according to … Continued

Going Global: Six Strategies for Local CPAs

Savvy U.S. accountants are on the brink of huge new opportunities. Will you be one of them? by Rick Telberg The accounting profession — not just in the U.S., but worldwide — faces new opportunities for growth and success unlike … Continued

U.S., Mexico Accountants Build Model Alliances

Cross-border commerce flourishes between professionals. by Bill Teague With international initiatives emerging as one of the AICPA’s key strategies,  the U.S.-Mexico relationship may serve as a model of friendship. International cooperation was apparent up close and in action at the … Continued

Obama Targets Foreign Tax Havens

Should we take it seriously this time? Annette Nellen, CPA/Esq., in this week’s AICPA Corporate Tax Insider, reports President Obama’s budget proposal has many wondering what a “robust portfolio of IRS international tax compliance initiatives” means for international tax reform. … Continued