Now that Labor Day has come and gone, back-to-school sales tax holidays are over for most consumers, but accountants still have to deal with reporting what’s taxable and what’s not.
Certify, a company that specializes in expense management software, wants to draw attention to the problem of expense report fraud.
Puerto Rico is struggling under $72 billion in debt that is forcing the territory to make some tough choices.
We did a survey to find out how accounting firms are reaching this critical demographic.
Coming to the TV schedule later this year is a new series about a fraud investigator who finds out that her fiancé is trying to defraud her, and she is determined to turn the tables on him before he devastates her forensic accounting career.
While accounting scandals in the Netherlands have not been making a whole lot of headlines in the U.S., they have been generating plenty of controversy at home.
Paychex has released a list of what it sees as the top regulatory issues of this summer.
The American Institute of CPAs has released new guidance in Q&A format on required supplementary information for audited financial statements.
The Center for Audit Quality and the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association are looking for academics who want access to audit firm personnel for their research projects.
Nearly half of accounting and finance professionals in a recent survey said they typically spend their lunch breaks eating alone, even though almost as many said they would rather have a coworker join them for lunch.