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.
Now that public companies are required to use Extensible Business Reporting Language, or XBRL, in their financial filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the SEC is trying to make sure the data is appropriate and not hiding accounting gimmicks.
A company called MorphoTrust USA plans to use selfies next tax season to help taxpayers avoid the risk of losing their tax refunds to identity thieves.
Legendary singer Dionne Warwick is slated to headline a gala for the New York State Society of CPAs’ Foundation for Accounting Education.
Sageworks has released "Next-Level Accountants: Your guide to growing a firm of trusted advisors," an e-book containing insights from some of the top thought leaders in the accounting and valuation professions.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board is expected to release a scaled-back set of changes in accounting standards for nonprofit organizations this summer, with more far-reaching changes planned for the future, probably depending on whether they can also apply to for-profit businesses.
TaxAct plans to launch a new sweepstakes next week for tax professionals to celebrate the end of tax season.
The annual Rosenberg Survey of CPA firm management is preparing to get underway.
The Tax Foundation has released a report on proposals to integrate the corporate and individual income tax codes and how they might work in the context of congressional tax reform.