The Financial Accounting Standards Board released an accounting standards update Thursday to clarify three of its recent standards for credit losses, hedging, and recognition and measurement of financial instruments.
The latest effort to overhaul the post-financial crisis rule would replace the proposed “accounting prong” for determining which kinds of trades are prohibited.
A second court rejected claims the search-engine giant abused loopholes to avoid paying its fair share.
The Democratic presidential candidate and New Jersey senator released 10 years of tax returns, showing he faced a new cap on deductions of state and local taxes.
More business travelers are using scooters to get around town, and the rentable scooter trend is starting to show up in corporate expense reports.
A rebound in the stock market in the first quarter of 2019 enabled the index to rebound to an all-new high.
Nearly three-quarters (74 percent) of corporate tax professionals are dedicating extra time and technology resources, including artificial intelligence and bots, to help their companies comply with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, according to a new survey by Ernst & Young.
The training and consulting company will close Enterprise Worldwide.
When partners retire, maintaining client relationships and providing clear expectations are important building blocks for a firm’s sustained success.
An ideologically divided U.S. Supreme Court gave businesses more power to channel disputes into individual arbitration proceedings, siding with a lighting retailer trying to prevent its employees from pressing group claims stemming from a phishing attack.