Is the current method painting the most accurate picture for private companies facing the coronavirus?
The engineering firm is adding resources to help its CPA and accounting firm partners make the move to advisory services.
Accountants and tax professionals have been helping their small business clients deal with the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, shifting away from their routine compliance work after the end of the prolonged tax season.
The Securities and Exchange Commission voted to adopt amendments to its longstanding auditor independence requirements, relaxing restrictions on relationships between auditors and their clients as part of a deregulatory push by the SEC in recent years.
IAASB and IESBA announce deputy chairs and board appointments; Grant Thornton names two national managing partners; and more CPA news.
The new version of the ERP software includes quick modeling functionality.
Before auditors get too deep into the next cycle, take stock of the lessons learned from this first phase of remote auditing to see how your firm can build on what has been accomplished.
Robert T. Brockman, a Houston software tycoon, was charged with using a web of Caribbean entities to hide $2 billion in income in what prosecutors called the largest U.S. tax case ever against an individual.
Troubled commodities trader GP Global Group has “accounting irregularities” in its books, according to the restructuring adviser hired to salvage the company’s assets.
Three defaults and you’re out; scheme of several years; misstep by misstep; and other highlights of recent tax cases.