Protect Your Clients Against the Rise in Cyber-Attacks

CPA firms have become prime targets for identity thieves, with cyber-attacks and data breach incidents growing in frequency. Most people assume that hackers will go after larger firms, where there is more information of value to hackers. Yet the reality is that small to mid-size CPA firms are just as prone to attacks because of hackers’ perception that smaller firms are softer targets with weaker security systems.

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  • 11 Jan

    January Tip - Documentation Tips for Tax Season

    Jurors (who are members of the public) generally consider CPAs to be experts in documentation, and falling short of that expectation when faced with a liability lawsuit may be viewed by the public as negligent and below the standard of care for the services rendered.

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  • 17 Dec

    War Story 113

    #113: Difficult Client; Tax Planning and Return Preparation Services — A client with high turnover and disorganization in its accounting and financial staff is not only frustrating, but also a liability exposure if documentation is not thorough.

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  • 17 Dec

    General Data Protection Regulation

    General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") is a European mandate that went into effect on May 25, 2018. The regulation is designed to establish uniform data privacy law across the European Union, and applies to any EU established business, including U.S. companies and firms with offices i... read more