A new survey of U.S. taxpayers living abroad finds widespread opposition to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA, and similar tax compliance requirements.
The so-called “sharing economy” isn’t doing such a good job of disseminating the necessary tax information with its participants.
Figuring out how to pay taxes on gambling wins can be difficult for many tax clients, not to mention how to account for the losses.
Summer isn’t too far away, and many parents are wondering if they can afford to send their kids away to summer camp this year. The ability to take a tax deduction for such expenses could make all the difference.
The profiles and priorities of CFOs around the world are undergoing a transformation, according to a new report from Ernst & Young.
The Financial Accounting Foundation posted its 2015 Annual Report to its website Thursday.
The leasing standard that the Financial Accounting Standards Board released in February is going to require some extra training for businesses from their accountants and could lead to some re-evaluations of clients’ leasing obligations.
The CPA Consultants’ Alliance has published a new book to help the CPA profession close the divide between current and emerging leaders.
The Institute of Management Accountants has published a book featuring case studies on management accounting collected by editors of one of the IMA’s academic journals.
Avalara kicked off its Crush New Orleans conference in the Big Easy, discussing the latest trends in sales and use taxes, excise taxes, global tax compliance and technology.