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.
A senior Treasury Department official in charge of international tax policy is seeing a greater role being played by the Group of 20 finance ministers in setting the agenda for tax laws around the world.
Despite positive job numbers in recent years in the U.S., the employment picture globally appears much gloomier, according to a new survey from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Institute of Management Accountants.
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.