The Government Accountability Office has updated its auditing standards guide.
How many times does your target audience need to be exposed to a message before it triggers a response?
The accountancy profession, and the role of audit, have responded to an increasing pace of change in our society, economy and capital markets.
Republicans are promising Tax Reform 2.0, but only a few measures may get approved.
Fundrise LLC helped pioneer a model of raising small amounts of money online for real estate projects around the U.S. Now it’s starting a fund to buy properties in low-income areas of the country eligible for generous tax breaks.
The Big Four Firm’s international development program sees staff members travel to emerging markets such as Brazil, Mexico and Peru to assist local businesses.
Images of Paul Manafort’s multimillion-dollar houses and elegant suits, along with his tax filings, loan documents and summaries of money from foreign sources, will be displayed to jurors when he goes on trial this month.
A new, Republican-led effort to tax carbon dioxide emissions isn’t likely to make it to a vote in the House of Representatives anytime soon — but opponents aren’t taking any chances.
I was once asked, “Why is growth important?” My short answer was it comes down to perspective. Do you want your firm to be relevant and be a disruptor, or do you want your firm to be irrelevant and be disrupted? Without growth, your firm will certainly be the latter.
The International Federation of Accountants has released an updated reference.