According to a new report from economic and financial consulting firm Cornerstone Research, 47 accounting class-action lawsuits were filed against companies in 2013, up slightly from the 46 filed in 2012.
The legislation, which was supported by the AICPA, was passed in the Senate earlier this month and in the House yesterday. The bill will make federal government spending data publicly available online.
The ex-KPMG senior audit partner was sentenced on Thursday for providing inside information about several of his firm’s clients to a friend, who used it to make at least $1.6 million in illicit profits.
This presentation will review basic concepts of the FRF for SMEs and discuss the presentation of a statement of financial position. This webcast will focus on accounting policies for certain current assets and liabilities in the statement of financial position.
The FASB had hoped to issue a final standard on revenue recognition during the first quarter of 2014. However, the board confirmed today that the timetable for releasing the standard has been pushed back slightly.
The menu for April 22 features specials on the IRS denying group’s tax-exempt status, what the airline industry and the IRS have in common (and it’s not good), if sales taxes will doom Amazon, and more.
CFOs reported that vacant staff-level accounting or finance jobs take an average of four weeks to fill, while open management-level positions take five weeks on average to fill, according to a new Robert Half poll.
The menu for April 17 features specials on a pitch for valued added tax, IRS chief reiterating rewrite of 501(c)(4) guidelines, Starbucks moving European headquarters to London to pay more tax, and more.