The Affordable Care Act's medical-device tax and a proposed Internet sales tax could rile CFOs in 2014.
Final rules on two items in the FASB private-company framework — accounting for goodwill and interest-rate swaps — are due by December 31.
To curb tax bills, CFOs should think about their companies’ foreign workers and subsidiaries before the end of 2013.
Law-enforcement officials agree that the benefits of a virtual currency like Bitcoin outweigh the risks, but they also insist Bitcoin needs regulation.
If neither companies nor investors find GAAP-reported earnings useful, it’s clearly time for a new approach.
Considering the gain to be had from tax credits and incentives, not meeting with tax executives doesn't seem to make much sense, research suggests.
Admitting that it needs help in auditing small businesses, an Internal Revenue Service commissioner says it's sharpening its focus on partnerships.
While there is no cure for state and local tax uncertainty, CFOs and their tax heads need to be aware of states' discretionary authority.
Groupon grew so fast it had no time to think about lowering its tax rate globally. That's all changing, says CFO Jason Child at the CFO Rising West conference.
Small businesses should not be left out of corporate tax reform. Here's what can be done to help level the tax playing field between S Corps and C Corps.
Though corporations favor using more technologically advanced tax tools, the heads of tax departments still love their spreadsheets.