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How Intuit and H&R Block may have tricked low-income Americans into paying to file their taxes

How Intuit and H&R Block may have tricked low-income Americans into paying to file their taxes

We go in-depth on ProPublica's IRS Free File investigation that has implicated H&R Block and Intuit in misleading schemes to push taxpayers who could have gotten their taxes done for free into paid offerings. Also, follow-up on QuickBooks with Live Bookkeeping (which goes live in June), Divvy's gigantic $200 million fundraising round, OnDeck's concerns about small business credit worthiness, NetSuite's new analytics tool, why accidents like the Notre-Dame fire happen, and more

Two future career paths for accountants, how billable hours drive away Millennials, and more

Two future career paths for accountants, how billable hours drive away Millennials, and more

Levi Morehouse of Ceterus outlines how technology is shaping two future career paths for accountants; Jeff Bezos shares how he structures his day to be most effective; PwC launches a “Digital Accelerators” program to future-proof staff; Garrett Wagner explains how a focus on billable hours drives Millennials away from your firm; Sage Intacct reveals acquisition and integration of Budgeta for FP&A into the Intacct product; the Trump Administration’s proposed tariffs on China could increase costs for cloud computing services; and Intuit now supports tokens for bank feed authentication.

Online sales tax SCOTUS ruling ramifications for accountants & business owners

Online sales tax SCOTUS ruling ramifications for accountants & business owners

Mike Fleming, CEO of Sales Tax and More, joins Blake & David on the podcast to discuss in detail the ramifications of the U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing states to collect sales taxes from online sellers who have no physical presence in the state.

Supreme Court sales tax ruling is a windfall for Avalara

Supreme Court sales tax ruling is a windfall for Avalara

Blake and David discuss the implications of Thursday's Supreme Court ruling that states can require out of state retailers to collect taxes on sales to residents, even if those retailers don't have a physical presence in the state.

Time bandits, Slack actions, Intuit grows, and more

Time bandits, Slack actions, Intuit grows, and more

Blake and David chat about how time tracking software has entered the world of "wage theft" lawsuits, Slack's new and improved third-party integrations, the crazy fast growth of QuickBooks Online, the dismal trust Millennials place in banks, what the deal is with GDPR, and the fear and loathing of automation in Las Vegas.