Approximately two-thirds of companies that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average reported non-GAAP earnings per share, according to a study last year, and the Securities and Exchange Commission is beginning to wonder if the trend has gone too far.
As the days tick down until the end of tax season, some clients need some gentle urging to get their taxes done, or at least to file for a six-month extension.
Thomson Reuters is building bridges with NetSuite and other vendors’ enterprise resource planning software, tying its sales tax technology to theirs.
The Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast in Salisbury Mills, N.Y., is offering some serious tax relief for tax preparers and accountants.
Accountants can play an important role in deterring human trafficking and smuggling.
More companies are offering technology this tax season to connect taxpayers with a preparer who is willing to do their taxes. The latest is a startup known as TaxChat.
According to the Internal Revenue Service, 28 percent of taxpayers wait until the last few weeks of tax season to file their taxes, and that adds more pressure to their tax preparers.
The American Institute of CPAs’ Auditing Standards Board has issued a new auditing interpretation on audit reports.
CPAs can claim a free smoothie named, appropriately enough, “The CPA,” from the Banana Smoothies & Frozen Yogurt chain on April 17 and 18 for surviving another tax season.
Banks that deal with international tax reporting are facing a slew of upcoming deadlines and regulations.