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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

The house passed a bill permanently banning the IRS from creating its own free online tax preparation software; as cashless stores grow, so does the backlash; at least one educator is still teaching people how to use Quicken for business accounting; updates from Xero, Canopy, TaxJar, and QuickBooks; a hack for avoiding the new rate limits on QuickBooks Online, stats on how many CPA firms permit remote work and/or flexible schedules; how people who work from home are more productive; and why people have a reason to be paranoid when it comes to smart speakers

Accounting salaries stagnate, KPMG is on 'The Bachelor,' Plaid buys Quovo, TaxJar raises $60M for sales tax automation, why the virtual office doesn’t work for CPAs, and more

Accounting salaries stagnate, KPMG is on 'The Bachelor,' Plaid buys Quovo, TaxJar raises $60M for sales tax automation, why the virtual office doesn’t work for CPAs, and more

Blake and David dig into the lack of growth in accounting salaries despite the tight job market, KPMG’s representative contestant on this season of “The Bachelor,” Plaid’s acquisition of Quovo, TaxJar’s $60 million round of fundraising, Craig Smalley’s argument against virtual offices for accountants, where Americans moved in 2018, how the California Board of Accountancy just started (finally) accepting credit cards, and how some small businesses are no longer accepting cash.

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.