The perpetually-discussed technology has been promised to solve just about every problem facing modern man, from eliminating traffic on the roads, to curing diseases.
The American Institute of CPAs Foundation granted $12K fellowships to minority doctoral students in an effort to boost the number of minority educators in accounting programs.
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Thomson Reuters has released Checkpoint Engage PCR, a new product in its Checkpoint suite of research and guidance products for tax and accounting.
At long last, the IRS proposes new regs on cloud transactions.
The service is offering a direct debit payment option to allow taxpayers to pay off their tax debts.
The Regional Leader firm based in Timonium, Maryland, has brought in Maureen McCarthy and her health care consulting firm as part of the KatzAbosch Medical Practice Service Group.
The 50 states have accumulated a combined $1.5 trillion in debt related to pension and other post-employment benefits, while elected officials claimed balanced budgets.
The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations Tuesday to help taxpayers avoid negative tax consequences in the transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate and other interbank rates to newer reference rates.