Audit & Tax Compliance Resources

Audit & Tax Compliance Resources

Compliance with accounting and tax requirements is required but it doesn’t have to feel like a necessary evil. By staying on top of the latest developments in accounting and tax reporting and by working with the right providers, CFOs can help their company minimize their risk while simplifying the steps it takes to stay in compliance. Our team of experts is here to help with insights that provide clear and concise information that enables you to navigate the often-challenging world of financial reporting.


The ongoing crisis in Ukraine has sent shockwaves through the global economy, with investors facing an unstable market and the Russian currency taking a sharp dive.

The following provides a recap about what the new standardfor ERISA employee benefit plans will mean for plan management and the ERISASection 103(a)(3)(C) audit process

An increasing number of states are embracing an entity-level income tax on pass-through entities (PTEs) as a way to mitigate the $10,000 deduction limit for state and local income taxes (SALT cap).

February 08, 20222022 Accounting Preview
A quick preview of what’s changing for 2022 reporting and what these accounting updates mean for you.

Key updates financial leaders will want to understand about the AICPA updates to the form and content requirements for financial statement auditors’ reports, effective for audit periods ending after Dec. 15, 2021.

The London Interbank Offer Rate (LIBOR) is the current interest benchmark for bonds, loans, derivatives and securitizations worldwide.

Our aims to provide clarity on where potential Qualified Small Business Stock opportunities may exist.

A closer look at what a recent court case says about cryptocurrency reporting.

COVID-19 changed how most businesses operate day-to-day. Similarly, many financial statement audit teams were tasked with migrating to a fully remote environment in order to complete year-end financial statement audits and other attest functions.

Biden’s stimulus bill heads to the Senate where it will face obstacles to pass before March 14, 2021.

Final rules on carried interests are more taxpayer-friendly