The IRS is taking a hard look at whether U.S. headquartered companies are bearing a disproportionate share of selling, general and administrative costs.
At software start-up Sprinklr, people are a big part of how the company keeps score and forecasts results.
Bonus write-offs and big expense deductions are slated to expire on Dec. 31.
Many investments are becoming expensive. But there is little sign of the mania that accompanies most bubbles.
Final rules on two items in the FASB private-company framework — accounting for goodwill and interest-rate swaps — are due by December 31.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is ferreting out fraud and fake financial reporting with renewed zeal, attorneys and investigators find.
Proposals to clean up lease accounting will hit many firms’ balance sheets.
If neither companies nor investors find GAAP-reported earnings useful, it’s clearly time for a new approach.
To compete with Goliaths, corporate Davids need plenty of organizational flexibility.
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.