Publicly traded companies in the U.S. recorded the lowest level of goodwill impairment since 2008, according to a new study.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is warning about the costs to organizations of being overly complacent about financial fraud.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has been conducting a review of the effectiveness of financial disclosures by public companies within and outside of financial statements, and some investors have wondered about where forward-looking statements should fit into them.
While there are many well-equipped organizations for accountants in the United States and Europe, much of the developing world is still missing robust groups that can foster development of ethical practices for accountants and look out for their interests.
The American Institute of CPAs’ Employee Benefit Plans Expert Panel has developed some new practice aids to provide nonauthoritative guidance about the effects of recent accounting standards relating to the liquidation basis of accounting on employee benefit plans.
A new podcast series aims to help small accounting firms grow.
The CPA Consultants' Alliance has launched a new survey to collect information on succession planning in order to determine how partners in CPA firms view their firm’s ability to address the succession of their partners as they approach retirement.
Payroll giant ADP is planning to issue a new quarterly report examining different trends in the U.S. workforce.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been questioning some of the Big Four accounting firms about their policy of requiring their partners to agree to retire at a specific age.
Maintaining healthy client relationships is important for CPAs, particularly when their tax clients need some help with their tax planning that may require outside expertise.