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The American Institute of CPAs is supporting a new bill requiring the Comptroller General to present a Financial Report of the United States to all members of Congress.
The Georgia-based accounting firm is expanding into the technology industry by acquiring an IT services firm in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta.
Payroll rigmaroles; bloggers’ taxes; the most out of seasonal staff; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.
The International Accounting Standards Board is considering an update to IFRS for SMEs, its stripped down version of International Financial Reporting Standards for small and midsize entities, the second major update to the standards since it was introduced in 2009.
Crowe Global, the eighth largest network of audit, tax and advisory firms, reported global revenues of $4.4 billion in 2019, an increase of 3.5 percent (not counting the impact of foreign currency exchange), the network’s eighth year of consecutive growth.
The international accounting firm network reported revenues of $1.98 billion in its 2018-2019 fiscal year.
One way the rich get richer is through inheritance, and they’re barely paying taxes on it.
Five college accounting students received $500 each for their creative entries answering the question, “Why do you want to become a CPA?”
A bill stuck in Congress might help improve audit oversight.