North American employees and managers are missing out on more than $10.7 billion of unclaimed expenses every year, according to new estimates.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has released a report on the firmís efforts to improve audit quality.
Congressional staff reportedly worked over the Thanksgiving weekend on negotiations over tax extenders, the dozens of expiring and already expired tax breaks that perennially occupy Washington just before the end of the year.
A recent report from the Institute of Internal Auditors focuses on how internal auditors view the value they bring to their organizations, even while many of their organizations have no performance measures in place for the internal audit function.
Deloitte is advising corporate clients to be careful about their holiday gift giving so they donít run afoul of laws like the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US has produced an infographic showing the states with the top 10 highest and lowest sales taxes, just in time for Black Friday and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season.
The budget deal passed by Congress last month included a provision that would end some Social Security claiming strategies used by couples.
Two-thirds of HR and hiring managers say their company plans to give monetary holiday bonuses this year, according to a new survey, with the average amount expected to be $858.
Interim CEOs engage in considerably more earnings manipulation than their permanent successors, according to a new study.
In contrast to the official government figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, small business employment remained relatively stagnant in October, according to Intuit, increasing only 0.01 percent.