The number of presidential candidates has been steadily winnowing down in recent weeks as they suffer defeats in the primaries and caucuses, and so too their tax plans have been falling by the wayside.
Nearly a quarter of Americans think it’s acceptable to lie to the Internal Revenue Service about under-the-table income.
Business software giant SAP has been going beyond its traditional enterprise resource planning specialty to expand into areas such as supply chain management, travel and expense management, and the Internet of Things.
WalletHub has released its annual report on the states with the highest and lowest tax rates in the country.
U.S. business leaders are keeping a close eye during primary season on the candidates’ tax reform plans, according to a new survey of private companies by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Sales tax technology vendors have been expanding their efforts to help small and midsize businesses cope with the dizzying array of tax rates and rules across states, localities and countries.
Many forward-thinking companies are giving their employees access to financial wellness services to help them make sense of their finances.
The Internal Revenue Service will be making some changes in the due dates next year for several types of business tax returns, which should give accountants a little extra breathing room.
Audit committee oversight, mergers and acquisitions, currency risk, cybersecurity, foreign currency risk and executive compensation are among the big topics likely to dominate annual shareholder meetings this spring, according to BDO USA.
The finance and accounting function can play a critical role in helping organizations navigate through a crisis.