A former Internal Revenue Service analyst persuaded a judge not to send him to prison for leaking confidential government records on suspicious banking activity by President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen.
A group of six travel and expense management software vendors — Abacus, Captio, Certify, Chrome River, Nexonia and Tallie — have come together under a single company, Emburse, in an effort to challenge SAP Concur.
The ability to explain accounting clearly is the power that will make accountants superheroes.
The new credit losses accounting standard is not expected to have a major impact on the loan loss reserves of most large publicly listed U.S. banks, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
The Taxpayer First Act protects a broad range of disclosures about potential violations of IRS rules or tax fraud.
Twenty-six diverse college students are the most recent class to graduate from the three-day internship preparation course.
Average audit fees increased 4.25 percent from 2017 to 2018, according to a new report.
Customer relationship management is an essential part of an accounting firm’s business, but it often gets overlooked in favor of the good accounting work the firm does for their client.
House Democrats’ lawsuit seeking President Donald Trump’s federal tax returns was put on hold as a judge said he’s waiting for a higher court’s ruling in a separate case on whether Congress can make ex-White House counsel Don McGahn testify.
Some of the hardest evidence yet indicates that the 2017 Republican tax law is pushing money and people from high-tax U.S. states like New York and New Jersey and into low-tax states including Florida.