Qualification in Internal Audit Leadership, a new program designed to identify and support the next generation of leaders in the internal audit profession, was introduced on Tuesday by the Institute of Internal Auditors.
According to a 2014 global fraud study, the typical organization loses 5 percent of annual revenues to fraud. Anybody who has an asset that's available to steal has a need for a CFE. What's it all about?
A report released by the Institute of Internal Auditors on Monday examined changing expectations from key internal audit stakeholders and zeroed in on five tactics chief audit executives can use to meet those expectations.
Summer wedding season is underway, but have you considered some of the tax issues that go along with tying the knot? If not, the IRS has provided the following five basic tips that can help keep those issues to a minimum.
The menu for July 7 features specials on PCAOB likely to vote on naming engagement partner proposal by year’s end, EU widens its tax inquiry of multinational firms, SEC final pay rules coming soon, and more.
The menu for July 3 features specials on lawmakers throw the book at tax scofflaws to raise revenue, states take lead on gas tax increases, GOP presses Justice to act on Lois Lerner contempt citation, and more.
Forewarned is forearmed. Learn how criminals set up mortgage fraud, to help protect your clients from scams involving identity theft, falsified documents, fake appraisals, false short sales, and misrepresentation.
The US Treasury Department said on July 1, the day FATCA went into effect, that nearly 100 jurisdictions and more than 80,000 financial institutions worldwide now have agreements with the United States to fight overseas tax evasion.
We can’t deny a great divide exists between the expectations and workplace needs of Baby Boomers and Millennials. To create thriving organizational performance, we need to shift the way in which we groom future leaders.
The menu for July 2 features specials on SEC bars accounting firm from auditing US-traded companies in China, True the Vote/IRS court hearing next week, tax strategy used by Illinois governor hopeful, and more.
According to a new policy unveiled by the agency on Tuesday, Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) will expire if not used on a federal income tax return for five consecutive years. The ITIN will remain in effect as long as a taxpayer continues to file US tax returns.