Nearly 4 in 10 social media users browse for vacations or other goods after seeing friends’ purchases online, an AICPA survey found.
GASB's rules for reporting on pollution mediation obligations provide for consistent, timely and complete reporting, according to a review.
FASB recently issued its first major change to not-for-profit accounting standards since 1993. Here are tips for implementing the new standard.
The IRS is proposing to charge a variety of fees, based on whether the taxpayer uses the online application process and/or pays by direct debit.
PCAOB inspectors found deficiencies in 77% of the audits of broker-dealers they reviewed in 2015.
FASB's new accounting standard is designed to help not-for-profits tell their story through their financial statements.
Peer review reports would be modified to clearly indicate if a single audit was selected under a proposal issued by the AICPA Peer Review Board.
CPAs will be able to receive credit for continuing professional education material delivered through nano-learning and blended learning instruction.
FASB issued a proposal that would establish a set of concepts for how recognized items should be presented in a financial statement.
Rising demand for accounting and finance professionals with new skills is making it more likely that companies pay their employees to gain and maintain professional certifications.
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Accounting and finance salaries in the United States are projected to rise 2.8% in 2017, according to a salary guide published by recruiting firm Accounting Principals.
Finance leaders offer suggestions for staying strong in these challenging times.
Individuals whose individual taxpayer identification numbers (ITINs) will expire this year under new Code provisions may renew them starting in October.
The IRS issued rules regarding the time, manner, and form for partnerships to make the election to apply the recently enacted unified partnership audit rules for certain years before Jan. 1, 2018.
FASB is seeking feedback on which financial reporting and accounting issues it should add to its agenda for potential standard setting.
FASB issued a proposal that is designed to clarify when a not-for-profit entity that is a general partner should consolidate a for-profit limited partnership or similar entity.
Though 58% of Americans say using credit cards to earn travel rewards makes sense, just 15% actually use these rewards to pay for all or part of a trip, an AICPA survey found.
The court held that the taxpayer was protected by the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination.
The IRS is proposing to amend the rules governing eligibility to claim a deduction or credit for eligible education expenses to conform them to recent legislative changes.