Sales and use tax software developer Avalara has signed a strategic alliance with tech industry tax specialist Carolynn Iafrate Kranz to use her database and expertise to help refine Avalara’s cloud-based system.
This week, the Internal Revenue Service adopted a “Taxpayer Bill of Rights” that takes some of the existing rights that are already part of the Tax Code and groups them into 10 broad categories, making them more visible and supposedly a little easier for taxpayers to find.
The Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy has prohibited an accounting firm from changing the name of one of its offices to include the name of the late co-founder and president.
New England College’s School of Graduate and Financial Studies has produced a new infographic with six tips for businesses to avoid committing financial fraud.
Organizations around the world lose an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues to occupational fraud, for a total more than $3.5 trillion, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
College graduates are entering the workforce this month and are finding opportunities in some sectors, particularly finance and accounting.
Payroll giant ADP has put together a new infographic comparing in-house versus outsourced services for handling payroll taxes.
Nearly 6 million Americans living abroad are facing a June 16 deadline to file their taxes this year.
A site that connects people to online accounting degree programs has created a new infographic on Taxes Around the World, including some strange taxes such as a tax on cow flatulence in Denmark and a tax break in Canada for makers of breakfast cereal who put toys inside the boxes.
The Center for Audit Quality plans to fund four new academic research projects after requesting proposals last December.