Our weekly roundup of tax-related investment strategies and news your clients may be thinking about.
Audit committees are responsible for wading through the gray area in every company with respect to the law, best practices and business ethics.
Although I live a few miles from Hofstra University, the site of Monday night’s Presidential debate, I didn’t have a ticket to the event. Instead, I spent the time trying to get to the Marriott next door, where viewers were promised the chance to meet one of the candidates afterward.
A group of 41 Senate Republicans is urging the Treasury Department to drop proposed regulations that would eliminate a popular tax strategy for minimizing estate and gift taxes.
An overwhelming majority of American investors are confident in the integrity of the U.S. capital markets, including audited financial reports and independent auditors, according to a new survey by the Center for Audit Quality.
BDO USA LLP has named Christopher Tower as the firm’s new national managing partner for audit quality and professional practice.
With summer now behind us, it’s time for older taxpayers—those ages 65 and above—to consider how they will be affected by the higher post-2016 floor beneath medical expenses.
The American Institute of CPAs has issued a new report on the growing threat of “executive impersonation,” in which criminals claiming to be corporate executives convince employees to send them sensitive documents and company information.
As both major Presidential candidates’ campaigns get into full gear, some of their positions on tax have become clearer, while others are still up in the air.
Hillary Clinton wants roughly $550 billion in new taxes and fees over the next decade—affecting investment partnerships, large estates and banks—that have received little to no public discussion from her campaign, a report from a Washington-based policy group shows.