Lawsuit charges that the city’s “amusement tax” unfairly discriminates against the Internet.
The Japanese conglomerate’s woes may have much to do with percentage-of-completion accounting.
Auditors who spend time as CFOs and then return to public accounting are likely to do a better job of catching earnings cheaters.
The new CFO of Interactive Intelligence Group will try to balance on-premises software against the priority of a cloud solution.
Four participants in the debate contend on whether states should get new taxing power.
The increased tax penalties under the Trade Preferences Extension Act could amount to “several million dollars on an annual basis for a lot of big…
After 45 days, major deficiencies in employee benefit plan audits start costing employers $1,100 per day in fines.
Bill Zerella feels that Fitbit will grow fast enough to keep pace with Apple and other looming competitors.
The new sales tax bill would trim 10,000 taxing authorities down to 46.
FASB’s new revenue recognition standard could spawn costly changes in corporate tax compliance.