This year all playbooks have to be discarded and a fresh start needs to be developed.
The live-streamed webinars will start in July.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing corporate tax departments to reconsider their top priorities for this year, according to a new survey.
The Securities and Exchange Commission voted to add amendments to its rules and forms to improve financial information about acquired or disposed businesses for investors, and decrease the complexity and costs of preparing such disclosures.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced legislation to close a loophole in the CARES Act.
Grant Thornton appoints leaders of 18 offices; Clayton & McKervey introduces PPP consulting services; and more CPA news.
How long should tax professionals hold onto the e-file signature authorizations of their clients? It depends on where they and their clients reside.
As state finances across America are upended by the coronavirus, almost all of them face the same, self-imposed, problem: how to balance their budgets.
Yacht happening; going, going, gone; grey and bootleg; and other highlights of recent tax cases.
After 14 years, the institute EVP will take up his new position in August.