The New York-based accounting, tax and advisory services firm WeiserMazars LLP, its sister firm abroad Mazars Group and other business groups and government are collaborating on launching a global human rights survey.
Accountants will increasingly need to help the organizations they work with manage their financial risks, according to panelists at an event sponsored by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Institute of Management Accountants.
Tomorrow happens to be Giving Tuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back, and a pair of CPAs have some advice for those who are planning their end-of-year charitable giving.
Holiday shoppers will be contending not only with door-buster bargains, but also with sales taxes, which in some states can be much higher or lower than others.
The Supreme Court held a hearing last week on a case that could have far-reaching implications, challenging the authority of the state of Maryland to tax all of the income of a resident whose business pays taxes to other states and localities, while another case coming up on the Affordable Care Act promises to have even bigger ramifications.
A group of Russian lawmakers has introduced legislation that would prohibit foreign accounting firms from auditing Russian companies in which the government owns more than a 50 percent interest.
A group known as the Climate Disclosure Standards Board is readying an updated Climate Change Reporting Framework that aims to tie environmental information in with financial reporting for investors.
Hedge funds and portfolio managers often have sophisticated needs when it comes to dealing with capital gains taxes and keeping them to a minimum, and one of the wrinkles they need to deal with is a constructive sale.
Publicly traded companies in the U.S. recorded the lowest level of goodwill impairment since 2008, according to a new study.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is warning about the costs to organizations of being overly complacent about financial fraud.