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Congress to ban IRS from creating online tax filing software, more CPA firms allowing work from home, update on QuickBooks Online Advanced, and how to brainwash your staff with an app

Congress to ban IRS from creating online tax filing software, more CPA firms allowing work from home, update on QuickBooks Online Advanced, and how to brainwash your staff with an app

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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.