The IRS announced that it is lowering from 85% to 80% the amount taxpayers are required to have paid in order to escape an underpayment of estimated income tax penalty for 2018.
The IRS proposed regulations under Sec. 6050Y, which governs reporting obligations for reportable policy sales of life insurance contracts and payments of reportable death benefits.
New rules issued by the FASB align its definition of “collections” with that used by the American Alliance of Museums’ Code of Ethics for Museums.
Reports in February and March took stock of finance executives’ economic outlook and their challenges in implementing an important new accounting standard. See how much you remember from the news with this short quiz.
The IRS highlighted the 12 abusive tax schemes it wants taxpayers and tax practitioners to be on the alert for this year. Phishing and scam phone calls were the biggest repeat offenders.
The auditor’s report is undergoing its biggest change in 70 years, and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board staff is providing guidance to assist in implementation.
Despite generally lower tax bills, many taxpayers are seeing smaller-than-expected refunds — or no refunds at all. And some taxpayers are now subject to underwithholding penalties, despite limited relief from the IRS.
Finance executives in the United States continue to feel good about growth in their respective industries, despite creeping concerns that the good times could be coming to an end in the near future.
FASB issued a standard that converges the accounting guidance for production costs for episodic TV series with the rules for production costs for films.
FASB addressed two lessor implementation issues and clarified an exemption for lessors and lessees from a certain interim disclosure requirement associated with adopting the board’s new lease accounting standard.