The staffing company Accounting Principals analyzed the best states for accounting and finance professionals to live in by tracking the number of accounting and financial positions in each state from 2009 to 2016 to see how well each state’s job prospects are growing. Texas came out on top.
Top executives whose pay is linked to the stock prices of the companies they oversee are more likely to make stealth disclosures when their companies are forced to restate their financials, according to a new study.
The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy’s National Registry of CPE Sponsors has opened a newly redesigned website where organizations, continuing professional education providers, state accountancy boards and CPAs can find information about providing and taking CPE courses across the country.
The Sarbanes-Oxley provision requiring senior financial officers to adopt a code of ethics tended to reduce the number of earnings restatements by their companies, according to a new study.
Executives are worried about whether their companies are doing enough to protect themselves against financial crimes such as money laundering and fraud in the wake of the release of the Panama Papers.
Nonprofit organizations and their accountants may want to adopt Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new standard for not-for-profits early before they have to begin adjusting to some of the other new standards coming out from FASB.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has released a quick overview of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s lease accounting standard.
ICBUSA, part of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, has partnered with the Landy Insurance Agency to offer professional liability insurance, privacy and cybercrime coverage to ICBUSA members.
Gwen Jorgensen, a former tax accountant at Ernst & Young, won the gold medal on Saturday at the Triathlon in the Rio Olympic games.
The Internal Revenue Service’s Chief Counsel has released its annual Priority Guidance Plan for 2016 to 2017.