First, do no harm: Another elective procedure on goodwill accounting is too risky for investor health

As FASB considers additional interventions in the way public companies account for goodwill, they would do well to remember one of Hippocrates’ maxims for physicians.

Purpose, above all else

The SEC’s former chief accountant is back at PwC and has some thoughts for #AuditorProud Day.

The future is now for audit

On #AuditorProud Day, Wolters Kluwer’s Cathy Rowe looks at the next five years in auditing.

ServiceNow, backed by Deloitte, creates new app for the financial close process

Finance Close Automation makes use of machine learning to predict where problems during the close may occur.

IRS updates per diem rates for lodging and meal expenses when traveling

The Internal Revenue Service issued new rates for business travelers to use.

Labor Dep't extends overtime pay eligibility

The rule change will make 1.3 million American workers eligible for extra pay.

Workiva and FilePoint partner for SEC compliance for registered investment companies

Workiva, which makes reporting and compliance software for accounting, finance, audit, and internal controls, has entered into a partnership with FilePoint, a full-service filing agent.

EisnerAmper acquires Imowitz Koenig

The Top 100 Firm is merging in a CPA firm in New York and its affiliated real estate fund advisory firm.

Innovation meets regulation: The looming tax headache for Airbnb hosts

Vacation rental property owners are finding out that their lofty dreams of taking their extra income and qualifying for a juicy tax deduction might be just that: a fantasy.

Firms named to Working Mother's 2019 'Best Companies'

The Big Four and other top firms were recognized for their “inclusive benefits for families” and parental leave policies.