Late last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted final rules to facilitate smaller companies’ access to capital and provide investors with more investment choices.
While New York County, also known as Manhattan, topped the list of counties in 2013 ranked by average wages and salaries with $96,941, the richest county in the country during filing year 2013 in terms of average adjusted gross income was Teton County, Wyo.
April is Financial Literacy Month and Fred Slater, CPA, and Ellen Minkow, CPA, of MS 1040 LLC in New York City are offering some special tax advice.
KPMG has launched an advertising campaign featuring championship golfers Phil Mickelson and Stacy Lewis, centered around the advancement, development and empowerment of women in business and the sport of golf.
WeiserMazars’ new CEO, Victor Wahba, told Accounting Today that he plans to do more mergers and acquisitions as part of the firm’s strategic plan.
Even though tax season is getting close to the end, there are still some important tips that accountants can share with their clients by April 15, and beyond.
Fifty-three percent of U.S. adults have not started making financial arrangements for retirement, according to a new survey, and four out of 10 respondents admitted that not having saved enough for retirement is their biggest financial regret.
Senator Ted Cruz threw his hat into the ring to launch his candidacy for the Republican nomination this week, promising among other things to get rid of the Internal Revenue Service.
Investors should pay closer attention to the Other Comprehensive Income statement on financial reports, suggests a new study.
The consumer finance site WalletHub has produced an analysis of 2015’s Best States to Be Rich or Poor from a Tax Perspective.