Rosenberg Associates has begun its annual survey of CPA firms.
New York City’s Museum of Sex hasn’t paid any sales taxes for four years and is now facing an $82,192 tax lien from state tax authorities.
Even though the economy is doing relatively well this year, that doesn't mean the average person isn't still worried about their own financial outlook.
The Web series Nacho Punch recently posted a funny new video for Tax Day satirizing trailers for romantic comedies, this one involving an accountant named Beth and a hapless taxpayer named Ben who fall in love over his taxes.
The candy-maker Mars Inc. rolled out a tongue-in-cheek video this week in time for Tax Day to commemorate a 2013 Tax Court decision in which the court ruled against a taxpayer who tried to write off the cost of a Snickers bar as a tax deduction.
Small businesses are benefiting from the improving economy, and both hiring and access to credit have been picking up in recent years, even though there have been some recent slowdowns.
The nonprofit organization Tax Analysts has created an interactive bar graph of audit rates to provide information on the chances of being audited by the Internal Revenue Service depending on different business types and individual income levels.
Comedian John Oliver, host of the HBO series, “Last Week Tonight,” defended the Internal Revenue Service on his show Sunday evening, with the assistance of singer Michael Bolton.
The consumer finance site WalletHub has created a ranking of the best and worst states to be a taxpayer.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board appears to be poised to delay the effective date of its new revenue recognition standard by a year, giving U.S. companies more opportunity to adapt to the changes.