Cybercrime is on the rapid rise; Accounting firms who are proactive on security services are placing themselves ahead of the curve.
The bipartisan legislation will provide more retirement planning options for accountants to advise small business clients about, while also fixing a glitch in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that imposed the kiddie tax on children of deceased service members.
Flag on the play; range of misdeeds; economic development; and other highlights of recent tax cases.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation that relaxes the rules for retirement savers and corrects an unintended side-effect of the 2017 tax law that hit children of military members who died in combat with higher-than-expected tax bills.
Many banks and financial institutions are encountering challenges in preparing for the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s credit losses standard, according to a new survey.
As the U.S. retirement savings crisis continues to grow, legislators are taking steps to ensure all employees have access to formal retirement savings programs.
You must understand what your business wants to be and where it wants to go in order to market it effectively.
A federal judge in New York rejected President Donald Trump’s request to keep his banks from producing financial records to lawmakers, handing House Democrats a second convincing courtroom win this week in their efforts to delve into the president’s finances.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders introduced legislation that would impose a tax on trades of all stocks, bonds and derivatives in the U.S., a move he says would help curb Wall Street speculation and help finance his campaign promise to provide tuition-free college and cut student debt.
Auditors and people; whistleblowers’ comfort; Wayfair developments; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.