Jackson Hewitt Tax Service and American Express teamed up Tuesday to give clients the option to receive tax refunds on an American Express Serve account.
H&R Block has planned a big money giveaway to lure clients to its offices this tax season.
Bay Area rapper Kreayshawn tweeted out her tax troubles after discovering that the IRS had apparently cleaned out her bank reports.
Kaplan Collections has developed a new infographic on how businesses can make it harder to collect on receivables, vs. how to get paid faster.
Capital markets executives are divided on the question of whether there will be more initial public offerings on U.S. exchanges next year, according to a new study by BDO USA.
December 31 is the last day for small business owners to open and start funding a 401(k) plan, and there are many tax benefits in a 401(k) that accountants should discuss with their business clients before the year is over.
Bloomberg BNA has released two new reports on the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s and the International Accounting Standards Board’s revenue recognition standard.
The Internal Revenue Service has selected TaxSlayer as the new tax software provider for the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs, starting with the 2017 tax filing season.
Forty-eight percent of small and midsize businesses use one technology supplier for accepting payments, processing payroll, issuing invoices and doing their accounting, according to a new survey, while 34 percent use two or more suppliers for their financial technology.
Litigation against accounting firms appears to have subsided for now, according to one legal expert, but is showing signs of reviving as the Securities and Exchange Commission turns its attention back to accounting and audit enforcement cases.