Join this robust discussion about the state of ESG reporting, and learn about resources from Bloomberg Tax & Accounting, the AICPA and CAQ that assist companies and their auditors build trust and confidence in ESG reporting.
Tax law changes such as the CARES Act and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are causing serious complications for financial reporting. Understand the consequences of revalued tax assets and liabilities with our report, Anatomy of a Material Weakness: Did the CARES Act Trigger a Material Weakness in Your Financial Reporting?
The economic implications of the coronavirus created obstacles for corporations in their financial accounting practices. Our Financial Accounting IFRS Coronavirus Roadmap will allow organizations and the professionals advising them to assess changes and explore the unique applications of IFRS that have arisen during the pandemic.
Key tax developments are influencing compliance efforts in the manufacturing industry. From Microsoft’s R&D center move to Europe to other major players pushing for R&D tax breaks in the next relief bill, our special report will make sure your organization and your clients keep pace.
Balance sheet discrepancies, tax fraud, and unhappy industry investors are shaping the future of global financial services and tax compliance. As lawsuits, arrests, and scandal abound, our special report examines the tax implications of these events.
The area of audit is evolving now more than ever to keep up with a changing environment. From newly established remote audit procedures in a Covid-19 world to revised AICPA standards, the audit profession is modernizing. Join AICPA Chief Auditor Bob Dohrer and Bloomberg Financial Accounting Senior Analyst Joseph Bailey for an engaging discussion.
The Financial Accounting (U.S. GAAP) Coronavirus Roadmap holds the answers. It covers the financial accounting components of the CARES Act, filing relief filed by the standard-setters (such as the SEC and FASB), and regular updates of rapidly evolving conditions.
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