How Kaufman Rossin Plays to Employees’ Strengths

Kaufman Rossin has won numerous “Best Place to Work” awards over the years.  So what makes our firm such a standout? Most of our employees would respond with a resounding, “the people!” 

QuickBooks Tip: Save Time Using Batch Entry

With the Batch Enter Transactions feature, you can input data more efficiently by entering multiple transactions at once. QuickBooks allows you to enter 1,000+ transactions in batches on a screen designed for power data entry by copying and pasting from Excel before saving.

How to Become a People-First Company

Since its founding in 1962, Kaufman Rossin has embraced a people-first approach. James Kaufman and Jay Rossin built the firm on the core values of integrity, fairness, social responsibility and joy at work.

The Evolving Role of Internal Audit

With both a broad and focused view of the organization, the internal audit function is often uniquely positioned to help business leaders identify issues within their company that may otherwise go unnoticed.

Treasury Identifies 3 International Tax Regulations as Potentially Burdensome

In response to President Trump’s order, the Treasury is planning reforms to regulations regarding property transfers, related-party debt and more.

Maximizing Your Wealth Through Collaboration

If you want to have a smooth planning experience and an optimal estate plan, encourage your advisers to collaborate every step of the way.

Kaufman Rossin in the Community: Miami Rescue Mission

Leticia Rivero of Kaufman Rossin talks about her involvement in the community.

Banks: Are You in Compliance With ID Theft Red Flags Rule?

As regulatory scrutiny on financial institutions continues to expand, compliance with respect to identity theft red flags is on the minds of many regulators.

Kaufman Rossin in the Community: Impact Broward

Lynn Brewer of Kaufman Rossin talks about her involvement with Impact Broward, which has been serving Broward County for over 50 years through volunteer-driven programs.

Top 3 Takeaways from SFBI’s BSA/AML Regulator Panel

South Florida Banking Institute’s (SFBI) annual BSA/AML Regulator Panel brought together bankers, directors, attorneys, auditors and consultants to hear directly from regulators about the issues most affecting Florida banks right now.