ScaleFactor

The Super Bowl meets expense reports, nurses beat accountants for honesty & ethics, tax season could get ugly given the shutdown, another new $99 tax service for the masses, and more

The Super Bowl meets expense reports, nurses beat accountants for honesty & ethics, tax season could get ugly given the shutdown, another new $99 tax service for the masses, and more

In this episode: David shares his experience at the AICPA Annual Executive Roundtable for software vendors, Super Bowl LII will feature an ad about expense reports, tax season could get really ugly as only 57% of IRS workers return (unpaid), (another) new $99 tax service for the masses, ScaleFactor raises $30 million from Bessemer, BeachFleischman teams up with a small firm to create a new virtual firm called MOD Ventures, nurses take the top spot for most trustworthy professions (but accountants aren’t far behind), Google raises prices for G Suite, Will Farnell announces a 6-hour workday for his firm, Bank of America’s Zelle P2P payments service takes off, and efforts to evolve the CPA license to match evolving technology