Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting has written a special post-election tax briefing on the tax law changes that could occur when Donald Trump takes office next year. The changes could be yuuge.
The International Federation of Accountants has released a report describing how the accounting profession can help the United Nations achieve its sustainable development goals.
The Internal Revenue Service is opening up its detailed tax data to researchers outside the federal government who can make use of the information in their studies.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board is refining the role of its Investor Advisory Committee to bring more of an investor perspective to the accounting standard-setting process.
Republicans on the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee sent a a letter Thursday to Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew asking him to withdraw the Treasury’s recently proposed regulations on estate and gift taxes.
Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump is elected next Tuesday, there are some tax-planning moves that will make sense for your clients no matter who gets into the Oval Office.
Audit committees are increasing the amount of information they are giving investors on the actions they are taking to oversee their outside auditing firms, according to a new report.
Three-quarters of companies plan to give employees holiday bonuses this year, up from 67 percent last year, according to a new survey of 500 HR and hiring managers by the staffing company Accounting Principals.
With the presidential election just around the corner, the American Institute of CPAs is detecting signs of renewed optimism in individuals’ financial outlook.
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.