Accountants could gain some extra business from the Obama administrationís proposed changes in determining overtime pay, according to the payroll giant Paychex, which found a slight decline in small business job growth in June in a mostly positive payroll report that it released Tuesday.
The Supreme Courtís landmark ruling last Friday allowing same-sex marriages in every state opens up new tax and financial planning horizons for couples.
Citrin Cooperman was chosen as the CPA Firm of the Year during the Association for Corporate Growth New York Chapterís 5th Annual Championís Awards.
More than half of Americans admitted to postponing a major life decision, such as enrolling in higher education, retiring or starting a family, because of financial reasons, according to a new poll from the American Institute of CPAs.
The recent debut of the Apple Watch and the increasing popularity of fitness trackers like the Fitbit show how wearable technology is becoming more commonplace in daily life, and even at workplaces such as accounting firms.
Zen99, a company that aims to simplify taxes for self-employed workers, has released a ranking of the best cities for independent, self-employed accountants.
The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters has debuted a new video interview series, Tax Talk, in which reporters talk with leaders in the world of tax and finance.
Owners of small businesses are finding their stress levels going down as the economy improves and their money troubles lessen.
Pepcomís Digital Experience tech event always showcases some eye-popping new products, and the latest on Thursday evening was no exception.
The owner of a brothel in Salzburg, Austria has found an innovative way to protest what he sees as punitive taxation and regulation of his industry: offering free sex and drinks to patrons all summer.