It’s never too late in the year for you and your clients to get ready for next tax season.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting action plan is likely to have a major impact on tax planning at multinational corporations by both tax professionals and corporate treasurers.
A new study predicts the Securities and Exchange Commission’s final regulations on clawbacks of incentive based compensation for corporate executives could backfire and only encourage companies to avoid the kinds of financial restatements that might trigger a clawback.
The International Federation of Accountants has published a paper calling for more “integrated thinking” by accountants.
President Obama signed into law on Monday a two-year budget deal that Congress approved last week to raise the debt limit and avert a default. To help pay for it, the bill includes a provision that will make it easier for the Internal Revenue Service to audit large partnerships, including hedge funds, private equity firms and even accounting firms.
Expense management software developer Certify has released its annual list of the most eye-opening business expenses submitted by travelers in the past year.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Institute of Management Accountants held a panel discussion at St. John’s University in New York on Wednesday evening to discuss how accountants and C-suite executives need to manage business risks.
SurePayroll has released the October edition of its Small Business Scorecard just in time for Halloween.
AccountantsWorld CEO Dr. Chandra Bhansali is warning about the tax season crunch that many accountants will be facing in a few months when their clients come in to not only do their taxes, but also close the books on their small businesses, while getting help complying with the Affordable Care Act.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board have delayed the effective date of their converged revenue recognition standard for a year, but companies are going to need the extra time to get their systems adjusted.