Millennials are more fearful of filing taxes than most Americans, according to a new survey.
Audit committees need to have oversight of risks to their organizations from third parties such as suppliers, distributors, sales people and service providers, according to a new report.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board is expected to release its long-awaited lease accounting standard this quarter, and companies are bracing for the impact on their balance sheets.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has reportedly fired off a letter to officials in the European Union complaining about recent tax investigations of U.S.-based multinationals like Apple, McDonald’s, Amazon and Starbucks.
A New York City CPA is launching a startup company this tax season that he hopes will become an “Uber for taxes.”
Ernst & Young has released the results of its latest survey with the Tax Council of tax executives and tax practitioners about their predictions for tax reform.
Congress’s passage of legislation last December making many expired tax breaks permanent adds an extra measure of certainty for tax preparers helping their clients with tax planning this year.
The International Federation of Accountants has issued a report calling for governments around the world to stop issuing a patchwork set of regulations that are stifling economic growth.
Concerns are mounting among finance professionals at companies around the world about declining incomes in their businesses, according to a new survey.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board decided Wednesday to add four financial reporting issues and two more projects to its research agenda.