Albert J. Pirro Jr., a former business partner of Donald Trump and the ex-husband of Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, was pardoned by the departing president on his last day in office at the end of a flurry of clemency.
Prager Metis combines with Blair, Bohlé & Whitsitt; REDW joins with CPA Global Tax & Accounting; Somerset CPAs and Advisors adds Rowley & Company; and Fineman West merges in Katz & Associates.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants found the majority of accountants internationally believe they are in an inclusive profession, but nearly two-thirds think the profession still has an issue to deal with when it comes to diversity.
The Internal Revenue Service released information on how employees now have until the end of the year to repay any payroll taxes they deferred from last year.
Given the turbulence of the past year, agility should be at the forefront of our minds when building a budget and strategy for 2021.
President Joe Biden plans to extend a freeze on federal student-loan repayments until at least the end of September, keeping in place a pandemic measure that’s reduced costs for tens of millions of borrowers.
The Association for Accounting Marketing is seeking nominations for its Marketing Achievement Awards and Marketer of the Year award.
Intuit has updated Intuit Aid Assist, a free website with interactive tools to help small business owners and the self-employed assess their eligibility for federal relief and related tax credits from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act.
Reliance on data automation will only increase as the decade marches on.
Investigators probing President Donald Trump’s finances have gotten hold of some of his tax records, allowing them to move ahead even without a Supreme Court order that would give them eight years of his returns.