The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s recent set of proposed technical corrections to its revenue recognition standard are a sign that more companies are getting serious about implementing them.
The American Institute of CPAs’ Accounting and Review Services Committee has finished the last of the standards it has been redrafting and clarifying as part of the AICPA’s Clarity Project.
The American Institute of CPAs has issued a new report on the growing threat of “executive impersonation,” in which criminals claiming to be corporate executives convince employees to send them sensitive documents and company information.
PricewaterhouseCoopers wants to show the life of an accountant and auditor isn’t so boring after all, with a new YouTube video.
Comedienne and actress Leslie Jones has a new job for Ernst & Young: safeguarding her from hackers.
A startup technology company, AppZen, has introduced new technology that is leveraging artificial intelligence to examine expense reports for signs of fraud.
Accountants, like everybody else, are entitled to some fun and relaxation, and an upcoming array of holiday gift gadgets promises to provide some fun later this year.
Ernst & Young has released the results of a new survey on financial wellness, indicating that many people have no idea how much they will need to retire.
Families who have been paying a babysitter or nanny over the summer to provide childcare may be able to cut back now that school is in session, but that doesn’t mean they can avoid the so-called “nanny tax.”
The International Federation of Accountants wants accountant organizations to partner together more widely and share their success stories and best practices.