Democrats are demanding more Republican concessions to meet an end-of-the-week deadline for a deal on pandemic relief, and one of the chief White House negotiators warned there is little time left for negotiations.
The Internal Revenue Service is sending $500 payments to the children of some stimulus relief recipients who hadn’t gotten that part of the aid package after lawmakers complained that the agency wasn’t moving fast enough.
Bento for Business, a spend management system, is looking to assist small and midsize businesses with surviving through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ninth edition of Accounting Today’s annual report highlights 10 outstanding accounting firm leaders.
The Securities and Exchange Commission named Lindsay McCord as chief accountant in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance.
Down on Main Street; the non-filer initiative; refund interest; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.
Robotic process automation has been spreading across accounting and finance departments, according to an IMA report.
The American Institute of CPAs joined with more than 170 organizations in asking congressional leaders to allow businesses to write off expenses associated with loan forgiveness under the Paycheck Protection Program.
Job growth slowed in July as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Massachusetts Society of CPAs honored seven female professionals — four Emerging Leaders and three Experienced Leaders — for their contributions to the profession.