The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards has proposed a set of revisions to its Standards of Professional Conduct setting ethical standards for CFPs.
The National Society of Accountants has now awarded over $1M to college students since 1969.
Avalara, a provider of cloud-based tax compliance automation business software, has teamed up with the publisher John Wiley & Sons to produce “Customs Duty & Import Tax for Dummies,” an e-book that’s part of Wiley’s “for Dummies” line of instruction guides.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued a memorandum for its field examiners instructing them that frequently asked questions and other items posted on the agency’s IRS.gov site that have not been published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin are not considered to be legal authority.
Four days before the one-year anniversary of the release of his tax blueprint, House Speaker Paul Ryan delivered a pep-talk seeking to assuage growing doubts about the prospects for a major tax overhaul.
Senate Republicans may be asked to vote on a controversial health-care bill as early as next week but most of them haven’t seen the plan and at least half a dozen say they’re not sure they can support it.
The Tax Court rules that a corporation doesn’t qualify as an ‘individual’ when it comes to tax troubles.
Nearly two-thirds of CFOs are highlighting revenue growth as more of a priority over cost-cutting at their companies, according to a new survey.
The AICPA has revamped its criteria for reporting on an organization’s security risk management program. An independent validation might be the way to go.
The New Jersey Society of CPAs honored 27 individuals who advanced innovative efforts in the state.