The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has released questions and answers about the recent standard on accounting and financial reporting for leases by state and local governments.
The board wants to give private companies, nonprofits, and certain small public companies extra time to implement new standards on CECL, leases and hedging.
The AICPA’s “2019 Trends in the Supply of Accounting Graduates and the Demand for Public Accounting Recruits” also found high collegiate accounting enrollment numbers, as well as boosts in diverse accounting graduates.
Todd and Julie Chrisley, the stars of the reality TV series “Chrisley Knows Best,” were indicted by a federal grand jury in Atlanta on charges of tax evasion, bank fraud, wire fraud and conspiracy, while their accountant Peter Tarantino was also indicted on tax-related charges Tuesday.
Few ideas in the last decade have provoked as much excitement — or as much misinformation — as the introduction of artificial intelligence in tax and accounting.
The Internal Revenue Service is automatically waiving the estimated tax penalty for hundreds of thousands of eligible taxpayers.
The state approved incentives for major films by two of Hollywood’s biggest studios.
The U.K. retailer plunged after its audit quit without a replacement, heightening corporate governance concerns.
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Leaders of the Senate Finance Committee issued three reports from their internal task forces examining what to do about expiring tax breaks.