The Internal Revenue Service discovered last month that criminals accessed around 104,000 tax returns through its Get Transcript application and tried to get hold of approximately 100,000 more.
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A new report from Ernst & Young demonstrates how many multinational corporations are being pushed in the direction of greater transparency about their tax strategies as their reputations come under attack in the U.S. and abroad for shifting their profits to tax havens.
CFOs and their employees don’t necessarily see eye to eye on the most common violations of workplace etiquette.
The Center for Audit Quality has premiered an online video series, “Profession in Focus," featuring interviews with leaders in the profession, starting with Deloitte’s new CEO, Cathy Engelbert.
The American Institute of CPAs is beginning to administer exams for the Chartered Global Management Accountant designation.
The American Institute of CPAs is offering an online CPA personality quiz that’s garnering attention among CPAs young and old alike.
Employers are changing their hiring patterns for accounting staff, according to one expert, increasingly looking for permanent staff or bringing in temps that they hope to convert into full-time employees.
Baruch College in New York brought together the former chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, Bob Herz, and the former chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board, Sir David Tweedie, last month to discuss the evolution of accounting standards and the convergence process.
The International Federation of Accountants has submitted a response to the European Commission regarding a recent green paper on building a stronger capital markets union.