Thanks to a combination of increased consumer awareness and a constantly changing set of tax codes, the risk of getting sales tax wrong has risen.
The subject of related parties continues to be a focal point of regulators and government prosecutors seeking to bring civil or criminal legal…
"It's pretty obvious there's going to have to be a deferral," says IASB member Patrick Finnegan.
The finance department used to be an early adopter of technology. How can it overcome its present inertia?
Private companies say a new, principles-oriented approach for classifying debt as either "current' or 'noncurrent' may have unintended consequences.
Caught between the need to serve clients and the requirement to be skeptical of them, auditors may stint on audit quality.
"Limits on the ability [of startups] to use tax losses can significantly increase the cost of capital and marginal effective tax rates, says a think…
Under the “clawback” provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, executives can return to the company and its shareholders money earned during a fraud.
The challenges and opportunities ahead for finance chiefs.
Finance execs expect to have to report on forecasting, sustainability, and social responsibility within three years, adding to an already heavy…