Accounting Firms Should Think Twice About Leasing Solar Panels
KPMG Study Reveals Surprising Plan for ESG Spending by Companies
French Companies Trade U.S. Tax Credits to Spur Renewable Projects
Patriot Software to Host Webinar on 401(k) Benefits
2023 GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy is Now Available, FASB Says
The 2023 GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy is expected to be accepted as final by the SEC in early 2023.
As SEC Works to Finalize Climate Rule, Both Sides Make Their Case
Companies, industry associations and lawmakers made final push to influence the SEC by the Nov. 1 deadline.
FTX Faces Probe by U.S. Regulators Into Client Funds, While Binance Drops Plans to Acquire Rival
The inquiries by the SEC and the CFTC relate to the liquidity crisis that has pushed FTX to the brink.
Supreme Court Mulls Allowing Court Challenges to SEC and FTC
A ruling against the government could undercut two of the most powerful federal regulators in the U.S.
Executive-Bonus Clawbacks Get Long-Delayed Approval From SEC
Under the new rule, pay would be returned if tied to a firm’s financial reporting error.
Ex-PwC Auditor in SEC’s Crosshairs as Mattel Will Pay $3.5 Million Over Accounting Errors
Joshua Abrahams is accused of breaking auditor independence rules in PwC’s audit of the toy-making giant.
Crypto is More Attractive as SEC Gets Aggressive, Investors Say
Bitcoin will trade between $17,600 and $25,000 until the end of this year, survey of market participants shows.
Companies Issue Unrelated News When SEC 8-K Disclosure Has Bad News, Study Finds
Companies that file a form 8-K containing negative info are 7% more likely to concurrently issue a press release with good news.