The short version of Hertz Global Holdings Inc.’s bankruptcy story goes something like this: Global pandemic obliterates the travel business and lands an iconic 102-year-old company in court to seek protection from creditors.
The Illinois Society of CPAs awarded $84,000 to 43 collegiate accounting students as part of its Accounting Scholarship Program.
Pandemic-induced market volatility and warnings from Wall Street that tax rates are bound to rise have more Americans preparing to move money from traditional individual retirement accounts into Roth IRAs.
This year all playbooks have to be discarded and a fresh start needs to be developed.
The live-streamed webinars will start in July.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing corporate tax departments to reconsider their top priorities for this year, according to a new survey.
The Securities and Exchange Commission voted to add amendments to its rules and forms to improve financial information about acquired or disposed businesses for investors, and decrease the complexity and costs of preparing such disclosures.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced legislation to close a loophole in the CARES Act.
Grant Thornton appoints leaders of 18 offices; Clayton & McKervey introduces PPP consulting services; and more CPA news.
How long should tax professionals hold onto the e-file signature authorizations of their clients? It depends on where they and their clients reside.