Donald Trump scored a tactical victory from the Supreme Court that will likely keep his personal financial records out of public view through the November election, but he framed Thursday’s two rulings as a loss imposed by his enemies.
The service reminded taxpayers they will need to resume paying their taxes on July 15, but the AICPA is asking for further relief, as an inspector general report sheds light on the unprecedented filing season.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the PrimeGlobal association of accounting firms have signed an agreement to work together on several projects, including thought leadership, professional research and insights, along with learning and development in areas of mutual interest and value for their members and communities.
The Institute of Internal Auditors and the International Federation of Accountants are calling on audit committees to be vigilant about risk management, performance, controls and processes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The explosion in e-commerce since early March has resulted in a significant increase in online sales tax revenues in most states.
A “new normal” is framing day-to-day life as those in professional services return to work.
The Financial Reporting Council fined Grant Thornton UK LLP and sanctioned two of the auditor’s former executives for failing to maintain ethical standards, in the latest critique by regulators of accounting firms’ shortcomings.