Republicans unveiled a framework for their long-awaited tax reform plan Wednesday, listing a series of tax cuts but with few details on how to raise revenue to pay for the cuts.
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The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board wants to hear more comments about a proposal to strengthen its existing requirements for a lead auditor’s use of other auditors and impose a more uniform approach.
Senator John McCain of Arizona is laying down the same marker on tax legislation as he did on health care, demanding regular order and support from both parties.
The Internal Revenue Service’s Advance Pricing and Mutual Agreement Program is looking for comments on a proposed revision to the template for advance pricing agreements.
The tool will be available for SAP and Microsoft ERP suites by the end of the year.
Senate Republicans gave up on their last-ditch bid to repeal Obamacare Tuesday as opposition in their own ranks ended months of fruitless efforts to deliver on a seven-year promise, and leaders said they would turn instead to overhauling the U.S. tax system.
PMB Helin Donovan’s Houston offices (and Atlanta-based data) emerged from hurricane season unscathed, due to a decision made three years ago to move to a cloud-hosted environment.