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One of Noble Group Ltd.’s largest shareholders has stepped up criticism of the embattled commodity trader, describing losses as “shocking” and warning the billions in red ink will pile more pressure on investors to agree to a controversial debt-for-equity rescue plan that it opposes.
The Internal Revenue Service is beginning to release tax refunds for taxpayers who claim the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit after subjecting their tax returns to some extra scrutiny.
The American Institute of CPAs and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy have signed a mutual recognition agreement with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland to provide a streamlined process for accountants to practice in each other’s country.
Every client, from the largest to smallest, pays part of your salary, so every client should be treated with respect, care and importance.
While 75 percent of companies find the FASB standard more complex than expected, only one third have sought out software to address the challenge.
General Electric Co.’s boss wants investors to know that all the negative headlines dogging the manufacturer don’t tell the whole story.
New FASB guidelines have made selecting and using accounting software more important than ever. Here’s how to choose.
New Jersey took the first step toward allowing residents with the nation’s highest property taxes to circumvent a new federal limit on state and local tax deductions.
An omnibus revision to the Statement on Standards for Accounting and Review Services will come out after tax season.