The New York Stock Exchange told New Jersey lawmakers that it’s prepared to move operations out of state should they impose a new tax on electronic trades via data servers.
The IRS has given them more time to file and make payments.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is teaming up with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board on translating its standards into Extensible Business Reporting Language, while also rolling out its own ESG Pulse application for environmental, social and governance reporting at companies.
The American Institute of CPAs has announced the 29 most recent graduates of its annual Leadership Academy workshop.
Avalara vice president Richard Asquith details how the U.K.’s upcoming exit from the European Union is going to have significant tax and regulatory ramifications for many American companies.
The institute is asking the U.S. government to help authorities in Liberia investigate the recent deaths of four government auditors who were looking into possible misappropriation of funds.
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Boohoo Group Plc shares fell the most since August after the U.K. fast-fashion retailer caught up in a labor scandal said it’s seeking a new auditor to replace PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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.