Using Intrinsic Risk Valuation can help finance chiefs gauge when self-insurance is the best option.
The remarks seemed to be the latest salvo in a trans-Atlantic spat between FASB and the International Accounting Standards Board.
Ninety-eight percent of “critical audit matters” identified during a field test involving 51 audits were previously communicated to the audit…
As a result of IRS errors, many companies are unknowingly walking away from overpayments that are rightfully owed to them.
A new PCAOB standard will require auditors to probe more deeply into related-party deals, unusual transactions and executive pay.
The former chairman of the SEC declares that full-scale adoption of IFRS in the United States is no longer possible, but his European counterparts…
As they pile up in cash accounts, undistributed foreign profits are inflating U.S. multinationals' valuations and making companies appear less…
The car rental firm says it will restate three years of financials, months after its finance chief said she left for personal reasons.
If forced to do business in a virtual currency, finance will have to alter existing processes and invent new ones. Here's some of what it faces.
CFOs earned a 2.8 percent rise in base pay in 2013, but gave staff-level finance personnel an increase of more than 4 percent.