What accountants, controllers and CFOs should keep an eye on this year, based on discussions with peers in different areas of technology and business.
The costs of shows on broadcast and cable television, along with streaming services, could be affected by the changes.
Firms are spending top dollar of late on security training for their staff, which is a good idea considering most security breaches are the result of social engineering.
The legislation aims to help entrepreneurs with filing deadlines, electronic signatures and the sharing economy.
EY will get advice from luminaries from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, the Financial Accounting Foundation and Vanguard.
As the U.S. government shutdown continues, one potential consequence of it threatens to disrupt the supply of T-bills.
Lawmakers want to know how the longest government shutdown in history will affect one of the most critical tax filing seasons. But it’s unlikely they’re going to get any answers this week.
Personal financial satisfaction declined in the fourth quarter of 2018 as stock market gyrations and the prospect of a government shutdown weighed on U.S. consumers, according to a survey by the American Institute of CPAs.
Too often professional services firms put time and money into a marketing plan and then fail to follow up on their efforts.
Complicated corporate tax planning tactics can produce uncertainty about taxes, in addition to the basics of company operations and finances.