You can’t have a bunch of B, C, D or even F clients if you want it to be an A+ practice.
KPMG appointed new leaders in the U.S. of its audit, tax and advisory businesses as the Big Four firm tries to regain trust after a bruising series of scandals.
A new study also found that accountants are, by and large, very pleased with how their firms have responded to the pandemic.
This year is expected to be the worst for the global economy since World War II, according to a new survey by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Institute of Management Accountants.
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board released a technical bulletin with guidance for applying existing GASB standards to transactions related to the CARES Act and outflows incurred in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department released proposed regulations and temporary regulations to offer guidance for consolidated groups on net operating losses in the wake of changes under both the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the CARES Act.
Disclosures of nonfinancial information, such as environmental, social and governance issues, aren’t always “clear or useful,” according to a report by the Government Accountability Office.
The Trump administration released details of almost 4.9 million loans to businesses – from sole proprietors to restaurant and hotel chains – under the federal government’s largest coronavirus relief program so far, the $669 billion Paycheck Protection Program.
The New York State Society of CPAs highlighted local up-and-coming accounting professionals who have excelled in leadership both inside and outside of the profession.
With the switch to remote work, new training methods are needed. Here are some things you can try.