Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. suggested his office may be investigating potential bank and insurance fraud by the Trump Organization, as it seeks access to the president’s tax returns and other financial records.
Maxwell Locke & Ritter is pursuing the same staffing strategy — and the same values — through the pandemic.
Making the case for professional sales in today’s accounting marketplace.
The six largest credit card issuers have set aside billions of dollars worth of reserves in response to the novel coronavirus as well as the adoption of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new credit losses standard.
The Internal Revenue Service has named James Lee as its new chief of the Criminal Investigation unit, starting Oct. 1.
Several unemployed workers described the difficulties they are facing to senators as congressional leaders continue negotiations.
At a time when people are dealing with lots of internal pressure, one of the attributes to avoid as a leader is to become a micromanager. If you want to effectively lead a remote team, you’ve got to be willing to let go.
It doesn’t matter so much how smart you are or how well you did in school; the firm still needs to train you and get a feeling for your ability.
Tamera Loerzel and Jennifer Wilson of ConvergenceCoaching dive into the major issues that the COVID-19 pandemic has raised for accounting and tax firms — staff, technology, operations and more.
The deal bolsters Marcum’s construction industry practice and its presence on Long Island.