Bill.com Buys Divvy For $2.5 Billion
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PPP is out of money and the IRS ran out of ink for the printers. Meanwhile, Biden's plan to fund the IRS would also give the agency authority to regulate tax preparers. We review Accounting Today's list of top firms for technology and what tasks knowledge workers dread the most. In app news, Bill.com is buying Divvy for $2.5 billion, and Veryfi raises $12 million. Chime can no longer call themselves a bank, and FloQast has a coloring book that could help de-stress our friends caught up in busy season.
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