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Tax prep fees are rising because accounting is not a ‘cool’ career

A national shortage of CPAs and support staff is driving up prices. American taxpayers had to pay at least 20% more on average to get their taxes done last year — and accountants aren’t thrilled about it either.

The Ultimate Guide to Small and Medium Business Accounting

Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs) are the backbone of the US economy and play a vital role in economic growth and job creation. However, if there is one thing SMB owners have in common, it’s their struggle with accounting.

Less than 1% of accounting firms can find enough staff

Relatively few CPA firms are able to find enough employees to fill their ranks and are resorting to strategies like hiring workers abroad, raising starting salaries, offering fully remote jobs, and hiring staff who haven’t graduated college, according to a new survey.

CPA firms facing talent shortage hike starting salaries 14%

More than 300,000 accountants left the profession during the past two years either to start retirement, enter a new line of work or for other reasons, alliantTALENT said, citing Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

Accounting Association CPAmerica adds alliantTALENT as Preferred Provider

CPAmerica, Inc. is proud to welcome alliantTALENT as a new Preferred Provider for the association. This new partnership provides member firms with access to alliantTALENT’s audit, tax, advisory, and client accounting services.