Prince Charles’ group offers guide to accounting for social and human capital

The Prince of Wales’ Accounting for Sustainability Project (A4S) Chief Financial Officer Leadership Network has produced a new guide to help finance professionals consider social and human capital when making decisions.


Handling a death within the firm

How does one properly handle the various ways a death affects each co-worker, client and the firm itself?


EY now provides tax resources via CCH IntelliConnect

The Big Four firm will offer tax analysis, research and newsletters through the Wolters Kluwer product.


PCAOB plans vote on audit report changes

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is planning to hold an open meeting next Thursday, June 1, to consider adopting a long-discussed set of changes to the auditor’s reporting model.


Pensioners didn’t qualify for health tax credits

The Internal Revenue Service had to roll out a manual process last year to provide advance payments on Health Coverage Tax Credits every month to health plan administrators on behalf of displaced workers and retirees, but it mistakenly provided the tax credits for thousands of people who were old enough to qualify for Medicare.


Boomer’s Blueprint: History impacts innovation … and so can you

These five steps can help accounting firms become more innovative.


Japan moves toward IFRS

Trustees of the IFRS Foundation met Thursday with Japan’s Financial Accounting Standards Foundation to issue a joint statement reaffirming a commitment to global accounting standards as more Japanese companies move to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards.


BlackLine now available to outsourcers serving small, medium sized companies

Raffa and RSM are the first accounting firms to join the newly expanded strategic partner program.


Software survey: Moving past gross to net

Payroll providers weigh in on the latest trends in the field.


‘Mnuchin Rule’ against wealthy tax cuts comes back to bite him

A pledge not to give the wealthiest Americans an absolute tax cut is coming back to haunt Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.