A drafting error in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act inadvertently removed Qualified Improvement Property from bonus eligible property. This was a mistake and a technical correction was expected. However, none was ever made.
Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have overestimated the amount of revenue their tax proposals would generate by hundreds of billions, or even trillions, of dollars, according to a new study.
Todd Shapiro joined the ranks of industry figureheads signing the “CEO Action” pledge, committing to building a more inclusive workplace.
The U.S. and Europe are making progress toward a global pact on the taxation of digital services, with France’s finance minister, Bruno Le Maire, saying on Thursday that American officials agreed on a blueprint for negotiations.
The American Institute of CPAs’ Q4 2019 Personal Financial Satisfaction index (PFSi) has reached a new high for the seventh time in the last ten quarters after plummeting to record lows in the third quarter of last year, thanks to a late 2019 surge in the stock market.
Grant Thornton LLP has introduced its new iNDIRECT.360 system to help companies manage their indirect tax processes and data needs.