A high-powered group of U.S. regulators said stock exchanges should set new rules that could trigger the delisting of Chinese companies, following mounting concerns that investors are being exposed to frauds.
Within minutes of concluding the video meeting, I’ve pretty much forgotten a good portion of what was discussed.
Blumshapiro donates $24,000 to local nonprofits; Dean Dorton and Dermody, Burke & Brown launch new service lines; and more CPA news.
The economy showed continuing signs of recovery despite the continued spread of the coronavirus across many parts of the country.
The changing times and an economy in constant flux are causing clients to shift expectations for their accounting firms.
She will hand the reins over to Marc Huffman after 20 years at the helm.
Tamera Riperda, the commissioner who runs the Internal Revenue Service’s Tax Exempt and Government Entities division, is retiring on Sept. 30 after 33 years at the IRS.
The COVID-19 pandemic flipped our working world on its head.
Uncivil behavior; my client did it; 15 worthless payments; and other highlights of recent tax cases.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders said he will introduce legislation to tax what he called the “obscene wealth gains” from billionaires during the coronavirus crisis.