Flexibility is non-negotiable for top firms

Encouraging work-life balance and flexible work arrangements is a must.

IRS plans further steps to curb identity theft

The Internal Revenue Service, working in partnership with state tax authorities and the tax preparation industry as part of their Security Summit initiative, reported significant progress Tuesday in the battle against tax-related identity theft, with new steps planned for next tax season.

Is tax competition good?

If tax reform lowers U.S. rates, it could spark a race to the bottom.

EY staff volunteers for 2017 Connect Day

Over 21,000 professionals from the Big Four firm aided 582 organizations throughout the Americas.

Senators ask FASB to require multinationals to disclose more tax info

A group of seven Senate Democrats and one independent has written a letter to the Financial Accounting Standards Board asking FASB to require multinational corporations to disclose their taxes, profits, and revenues on a country-by-country basis, echoing a recent letter from a group of House lawmakers.

KPMG offers tax planning guide

KPMG has released its 2018 Personal Tax Planning Guide with information about the current tax laws and guidance to help privately held businesses, business owners and their families deal with the uncertainty of upcoming tax reforms.

Rio Tinto and ex-CEO and ex-CFO face accounting fraud charges on $3.7 billion coal calamity

Rio Tinto Group’s calamitous $3.7 billion coal deal in Mozambique keeps coming back to haunt the world’s second-biggest miner, three years after it unloaded the mine.

Warren Averett Technology Group expands presence in Tampa Bay

The VAR has forged a partnership with Florida-based outsourced IT provider Network People.

Trump pitches tax plan to policy group that helped write it

President Donald Trump sought to rally support for his effort to overhaul the nation’s tax code on Tuesday at a conservative policy group that helped write the plan.

Mnuchin sees stock market wiping out gains if tax plan fails

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the stock market will probably see its gains wiped out if lawmakers fail to deliver planned tax cuts that will benefit corporate America.