This five-part series is a comprehensive effort to explain the racial discrimination Black Americans face in our financial system.
Grant Thornton has prevailed in an appeal by a former tax client who had sued after the firm failed to advise him of a tax strategy that potentially could have saved him over a million dollars and then allegedly tried to cover up the error.
The Internal Revenue Service said Friday it would restart issuing its 500 series of balance-due notices to taxpayers later this month after they were paused on May 9 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Accounting firm leaders need to raise their heads from their everyday work to learn from each other.
The leaders of Congress’s main tax-writing committee are wondering if the Internal Revenue Service will be ready to handle next tax season as it’s still processing millions of pieces of correspondence that went unopened for months during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Internal Revenue Service is reversing course on the automatic revocation notices that it sent to more than 30,000 tax-exempt organizations.
The American Institute of CPAs has awarded Richard Caturano and Paul Stahlin the organization’s highest honor.
Add in the complexities of this year’s presidential race, and we have a recipe for uncertainty and fear.
CalCPA develops “tax journey” collection of resources and virtual events; RKL names three practice line leaders; and more CPA news.
American International Group Inc. settled a case involving cross-border transactions the government claimed amounted to improper tax shelters.