Taxing Their Patience
The Affordable Care Act's medical-device tax and a proposed Internet sales tax could rile CFOs in 2014.
CFOs Need to Learn About Tax Credits
Considering the gain to be had from tax credits and incentives, not meeting with tax executives doesn't seem to make much sense, research suggests.
IRS Needs Help to Improve Small-Business Audits, Official Says
Admitting that it needs help in auditing small businesses, an Internal Revenue Service commissioner says it's sharpening its focus on partnerships.
Poor Internal Control Tests Hurt Financial Statement Audits
Deficiencies in audits of internal controls can lead to inadequate disclosures in the financial statement audit, says a new PCAOB practice alert.
How the C-Suite Can Impact Internal Controls
Good internal controls need to start at the top of a firm. But they must be carried through to all levels, say experts.
U.K. Watchdog Softens Stance on Auditor Rotation
Companies will have to put out their audit contract for tender every ten years, rather than every five years.
CFOs: Chief Stewards, Chief Strategists
Finance needs to balance stewardship responsibilities and strategic planning.
Transforming Cisco: One Finance Function At a Time
Cisco's shares have made a comeback, and CFO Frank Calderoni says a finance unit revamp was one of the key pieces of the company's turnaround.
How The Hartford Was Saved from the Brink
During the financial crisis the firm's share price fell by almost 100 percent. Its CFO tells a tale of survival.
Groupon to Seek Better Tax Jurisdictions
Groupon grew so fast it had no time to think about lowering its tax rate globally. That's all changing, says CFO Jason Child at the CFO Rising West conference.