Multinational corporations could end up shifting even more of their income to low-tax countries under some tax reform proposals, according to a new study.
The American Institute of CPAs is broadening the range of services to which its Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services apply, covering not only reviews of financial statements, but also preparation of financial statements and compilation of prospective financial information.
The millennial generation is expected to make up more than half the workforce over the next decade, but finding enough of them to staff accounting departments is proving to be a challenge for many companies.
The ride-hailing apps Uber and Lyft now account for over 50 percent of claims for ground transportation expenses on T&E reports, according to a new estimate.
A new virtual reality game takes players inside a nightmarish accounting office.
It won’t be long before the Ben Affleck action movie “The Accountant” comes out this weekend, and already the anticipation is building.
Accounting firm consultant Kristen Rampe has released a new report on how CPA firms can address the staffing shortage afflicting so many firms today.
An academic study demonstrates that earnings management is pervasive across U.S., European and Asian companies, whether they’re using U.S. GAAP or International Financial Reporting Standards.
Internal auditors are turning their attention to strategic and emerging risks, according to a new survey.
The Tax Foundation has released its annual ranking of states and how competitive their business tax codes are.