Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
January 30, 2023

#WhatsNext: Return-Free Filing

It's time once again for our monthly yakfest, #WhatsNext, a co-production of Going Concern and Thriveal. Today we're talking about return-free filing, something that's been in the news lately, but an issue we've covered on here for quite some time and has been a topic of debate for a decade or more.

As always, I'll be joined by Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte. They're basically royalty as far as accounting profession punditry goes.

Enjoy the show! If you have suggestions for us about topics or how to make this better, drop us a line. We're mostly making this up as we go along.

UPDATE: Clearly there were some technical difficulties there, sorry about that. I blame BIG TAX PREP.  

Latest Accounting Jobs--Apply Now:

Have something to add to this story? Give us a shout by email, Twitter, or text/call the tipline at 202-505-8885. As always, all tips are anonymous.

Related articles

Overcoming the Five Stages of Lease Accounting Grief

When Thomson Reuters reported late last year that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) had proposed an eighth round of changes to lease accounting rules1, accounting and finance execs around the country channeled their inner Charlie Browns with a collective, “Good grief!” The grief is understandable, although we’re not sure how “good” it is. The […]

an unemployed dog watching TV

Local Accounting Firm Baffled That Desperate Laid Off People Don’t Want to Work There

When big layoffs began in tech last year, accountants everywhere justifiably celebrated for having chosen a career that may not be the most prestigious (or exciting or lucrative…) but will always be in demand. While their employees were quietly boasting about not losing their jobs, it seems EY leadership was waiting in the wings hoping […]