Parsing the new partnership audit rules
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board announced a cooperative agreement with the audit regulator of Finland, the Finnish Patent and Registration Office.
The perilous calculus associated with retirement.
Grant Thornton International Ltd. has prevailed in a class-action lawsuit brought by three Louisiana pension funds against the firm.
Hillary Clinton’s proposed tax increases on people with high incomes and on businesses would constrain economic growth, according to a policy group’s analysis.
Board members at public companies largely favor the use of non-GAAP measures but differ on disclosures of how they’re being used, according to a new survey.
Our weekly roundup of tax-related investment strategies and news your clients may be thinking about.
Internal auditors are turning their attention to strategic and emerging risks, according to a new survey.
The Center for Audit Quality published two new member alerts to help public company auditing firms quickly and proactively address potential risks.
The actions your clients take now will impact the tax return you prepare for them next year — as well as their financial success in both the short- and the long-term.