Change-in-control events — like merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions — don’t happen every day.
Most businesses report financial performance using U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Whether it’s hard hats and drills on a jobsite, iPads in an office or RFID readers in a warehouse, small tools and equipment have a tendency to disappear at many compa
The use of so-called “profits interest” awards as a tool to attract and retain skilled workers has increased, as more companies are being structured as limited liabili
Technology is altering the traditional approach to internal audits. Instead of reviewing reams of paperwork, today’s auditor is learning to use electronic records.
Business assets are generally reported at the lower of cost or market value.
Audited financial statements come with a special bonus: a “management letter” that recommends ways to improve your business.
More than half of recent college graduates plan to start a business someday, according to the results of a survey published in August by the American Institute of Cert
Has your organization received any public or private grants to fund its growth? Grants sometimes require an independent audit by a qualified accounting firm.
What’s the purpose of a corporation? For the last 50 years, the answer was “to maximize shareholder value.” But, on August 19, CEOs of 181 leading U.S.