Some private educational institutions are now facing taxes on their investments under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The accounting profession is one of many struggling to adapt its workforce to reflect the changing demographics in the U.S.
The International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants has introduced eCode, a web-based version of the International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants.
Threat Runner emulates an authentic malware infection on an organization’s network, exposing vulnerabilities in need of remediation without encrypting files and sensitive data.
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board proposed new accounting and financial reporting guidance Friday on deferred compensation plans under Section 457 of the tax code.
Forensic accounting, like forensic pathology, is a discipline, if not a calling, for many universities and business schools.
CliftonLarsonAllen collects books and donations for local charities; DHG counts the cans for annual food drive; and more CPA firm news.
Weaver appoints two national strategy leaders; Marcum admits five partners; Anders promotes 34 professionals; and more personnel news.
Democratic presidential front-runners largely agree on their first tax priority: Scrap the TCJA and institute new levies to pay for social programs.
CliftonLarsonAllen donates more than 1,000 children’s books and $30K in monetary donations; Baker Newman Noyes assembles 28 children’s bicycles for local nonprofits; and more charitable initiatives from firms across the country.