The Internal Revenue Service is offering less generous settlement terms to participants in micro-captive insurance schemes as part of its clampdown on the transactions.
Gone Pro’s; various ways to fraud; oxymoron; and other highlights of recent tax cases.
The tax prep chain will be participating in two National Hiring Weeks, starting Oct. 26 and Nov. 16.
The Big Four firm is opting for continuity in the midst of upheaval.
The American Accounting Association has issued a rare rebuke to Congress criticizing government interference in accounting standards.
Within corporate environments, accountants are essential team members when it comes to governance, risk and compliance, especially during the pandemic.
The Internal Revenue Service is now allowing tax advisors and taxpayers to fax the Form 8918, Material Advisor Disclosure Statement, as part of its response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Internal Revenue Service released an early draft of the instructions with revised directions for how partnerships should report capital accounts and tax basis capital for partners on Schedule K-1.
Financial satisfaction of people in the U.S. bounced back strongly in the third quarter, reversing the lows brought on by the coronavirus.
Before the pandemic, accounting and finance professionals actively searched for better opportunities. Once the pandemic hit, employees worried about company layoffs and hesitated to seek new opportunities.