An IRS revenue ruling explains what happens when a distribution check from a qualified plan isn’t cashed.
Every year a number of small and mid-sized CPA firms either die on the vine, break up, or merge up if a well-run firm is willing to take them on.
For accounting professionals who would like the option for on-the-fly presentations for clients or otherwise, here is the lowdown on portable projectors.
EisnerAmper changes corporate headquarters; Boomer Consulting hands out awards for excellence in tech; and more CPA news.
Foodman CPAs hires director of anti-money laundering compliance; two firms celebrate a professional making the Houston Women Who Mean Business list; and more personnel news.
While there are many ways to hit a home run with OZ investments, there are also plenty of ways to strikeout.
A Robert Half survey also found that 91 percent of polled firms are equipped to train current staff members in technical proficiencies.
The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department issued a notice saying they intend to issue regulations for determining global intangible low-taxed income.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board issued four documents explaining the new rules.
Moody’s Investors Service is objecting to a proposal from the Financial Accounting Standards Board to defer the effective dates of its leases, hedging and credit loss standards for private companies and small public companies.