Public companies paid an average of $1.5 million in audit fees last year, according to a new report, with a median audit fee of $402,812, representing a median increase of 3.4 percent over the audit fees they paid in 2013.
Camico is offering insurance coverage to protect CPAs from losses caused by a variety of different “cyber risks.”
More than half of small business owners are handling payroll, human resources and benefits administration by themselves, according to a new survey.
The International Federation of Accountants is asking for professional organizations of accountants to join it in helping foster similar organizations in developing countries.
Grant Thornton has rolled out a new benefit enhancement that will allow the firm’s employees to take time off as needed to meet their individual needs instead of a predetermined set of paid time off days.
Intuit’s monthly Small Business Indexes indicated small business employment remained unchanged in September, with employees paid slightly more while working slightly less throughout the month.
The personal finance website WalletHub has released its annual report on 2015’s Most & Least Fair State Tax Systems.
The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board has issued provisional standards for eight more industries.
Two recent reports demonstrate how tax breaks at the state and federal level can help reduce poverty.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has released a useful report demonstrating the many differences that remain between U.S. GAAP and International Financial Reporting Standards.