The Tax Foundation, the nonpartisan think tank devoted to tax research, is not a place you would normally associate with humor, but they do make an exception for April Fools' Day.
Robert Half Management Resources has produced a new list of the most unusual items submitted for expense report reimbursements, as reported by CFOs.
Nearly half of American tax filers are worried about tax websites having problems on tax day, according to a new survey.
One out of three internal audit departments worldwide are now outsourcing at least some of their work to a third party, according to a new study.
Industries of all kinds can see positive benefits from better collaboration, and that's particularly true in the accounting profession where more firms are starting to use cloud-based collaboration technology.
The new lease accounting standard is likely to have a much greater impact on lessees than lessors.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board has named the members who will serve on a Transition Resource Group to help with implementation of its upcoming credit losses standard.
More than half of companies in India are not yet ready for new Indian Accounting Standards, according to a new survey.
The number of presidential candidates has been steadily winnowing down in recent weeks as they suffer defeats in the primaries and caucuses, and so too their tax plans have been falling by the wayside.
Nearly a quarter of Americans think it’s acceptable to lie to the Internal Revenue Service about under-the-table income.