Ex-BDO CPAs Suspended Over AmTrust Audit
The SEC says the three accountants misrepresented that the audit had been completed after the audit team fell behind schedule.
Want to Be a Nonprofit CFO? Much Will Be Familiar
Even in the nonprofit world, finance chiefs often view things differently than their C-suite colleagues do.
Directors Focusing More on Cybersecurity — But Is It Enough?
Three-quarters of boards are more involved with cybersecurity than last year, but only a quarter share information externally after an attack.
Thirteen Hot Shareholder Topics for 2016
Executives and boards should be prepared to address these issues with shareholders at annual meetings this year.
Tech CFOs See Lower Valuations But More Deals
Forty percent of CFOs surveyed by BDO plan to pursue deals in 2016 and nearly all see M&A activity at least matching last year's record pace.
Most Tech CFOs in the Dark About Revenue Rule
Fifty-seven percent of tech company CFOs responding to a BDO survey are still unfamiliar with the new revenue recognition standard.
Retail CFOs See More Good Times Ahead
Finance chiefs at retail companies forecast 3.9% sales growth this year, driven by lower fuel prices and unemployment.
S Corp. Flap Could Strap Tax Reform Efforts
If tax reform focuses only on conventional corporations, S corporations and partnerships could suffer.
It’s Not too Late to Save Tax via IRS Tangible Property Regs
Although the service's tangible property regs are effective for 2014, tax returns are due March 15, 2015 for calendar-year filers.
Low Prices No Tonic for Oil and Gas CFOs
Despite plummeting gas prices, few finance execs expect global oil demand to increase in 2015.
Internal Audit: a Dead-end Job?
A new study reveals that new entrants to the corporate-accounting profession have second thoughts about entering internal audit.