A new survey from the staffing company Accountemps of 2,200 CFOs across the U.S. found that 63 percent plan to promote their top performers, while 52 percent intend to offer raises.
A new study questions the wisdom of the Financial Accounting Standards Boardís initiative to simplify accounting standards for private companies.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration released a report last week showing that the Internal Revenue Service has made significant progress in processing applications for tax-exempt status from organizations, but itís not enough to satisfy critics of the agency.
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act is meeting with some success in prompting foreign banks to disclose the holdings of U.S. taxpayers to the Internal Revenue Service, according to a former IRS official.
Itís official. Governor Nikki Halley has declared May 6 to be CPA Day in South Carolina.
Senior financial professionals polled by the Institute of Management Accountants reported little impact on their hiring plans as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
The American Institute of CPAs has issued a set of questions and answers on the services a practitioner can provide in connection with the American Land Title Associationís Best Practices Framework for real estate settlement.
Rosenberg Associates has begun its annual survey of CPA firms.
New York Cityís Museum of Sex hasnít paid any sales taxes for four years and is now facing an $82,192 tax lien from state tax authorities.
Even though the economy is doing relatively well this year, that doesn't mean the average person isn't still worried about their own financial outlook.