IRS Audit Rate for Highest Earners Falls by Half
"Congress needs to give the IRS the sustained resources it needs to ensure high fliers pay their taxes,” Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) says.
GAO Report Finds Cybersecurity Failings
The SEC, IRS, and FDIC were among the agencies cited for not adequately addressing security vulnerabilities.
IRS Guidance on Exec Comp Changes Falls Short
A notice on how to apply tax-deductibility changes included in the recent tax-reform law may leave open more questions than it answers.
Ex-Soupman CFO Gets Jail for $600K Tax Fraud
Robert Bertrand admits to making "a mistake" but a judge says he engaged in a “deliberate, sustained and thought-out campaign to defraud the government."
AICPA Seeks Clarity on Meals, Other Expenses
The association asks the government for "immediate guidance" on whether business meals continue to be deductible under the new tax law.
‘Taxpayer Friendly’ IRS Guidance Could Ease Offshore Worries
The IRS and Treasury rush to clarify uncertainties about repatriation of offshore earnings.
The Impact of the House Tax Cut Bill on CFOs
While their companies would benefit big time, many CFOs will likely experience an increase in their annual income tax liabilities.
New IRS Rules Could Give Headaches to Partnerships
Proposed IRS rules place more responsibility, and more potential for unhappy surprises, on the partnerships themselves.
More than Just Audits: The New IRS Compliance Campaigns
The IRS plans to enforce taxpayer compliance by reorganizing its own resources to focus around these specific issues of concern.
A Guide to R&D Tax Rules
Some changes in 2016 have altered the picture somewhat for small and midsize companies.
Why SMB CFOs Should Care About Transfer Pricing
Small and mid-tier manufacturers incorrectly assume that because they’re small, their transfer-pricing policy won’t be audited. They're wrong.