Companies often turn to their accountants when they need to cut expenses, and a good place to start is with the travel budget.
Fifty-five percent of Americans expect to receive a refund on their taxes this year and nearly 37 percent will use their refund to pay off debt, according to a new poll.
The accounting profession has long grappled with the question of how to diversify its ranks to provide better representation of women and minorities, particularly in the upper echelons of firms.
While the major international accounting firms no longer do business in Iran, the country’s own accounting firms have been faring well, according to a new report.
BDO USA has issued its annual list of the top issues it expects to be raised at the annual general meetings of shareholders during the coming year.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board are considering some changes to their converged revenue recognition standard that could lead to divergence after hearing feedback from the Joint Transition Resource Group that is examining implementation issues.
The video game retailer GameStop recently polled over 1,000 tax refund recipients about their tax refunds, and the results could be rated M for Mature.
Tax preparation software developers like Intuit are coming under pressure to do more to control security to safeguard their software from identity thieves.
CFOs are removing some of the barriers that have traditionally existed between treasury and procurement functions.
The Internal Revenue Service has changed the mailing address for Form 3115, Application for Change in Accounting Method.