Women entrepreneurs have long gotten a small slice of the venture-capital funding pie. Female VC leaders are trying to change that.
A survey sponsored by property-casualty insurer Travelers Cos. found self-reported mental health among U.S. workers is improving, after many reported negative mental health effects related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hiring managers may need to look outside the box to find the right talent for the job.
There have been important changes to the Child Tax Credit that will help many families receive advance payments starting this summer. The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 expands the Child Tax Credit (CTC) for tax year 2021 only.
Working from home is more common than ever, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. While it offers many advantages, it can pose some challenges when it comes to hiring, especially since it's highly likely you'll never meet the employee in person.
Legalization of recreational cannabis could be taken up during a special legislative session if ongoing negotiations between the governor’s office and key lawmakers do not result in a vote on the issue before the session ends on June 9.
What has (and hasn’t) changed since we spoke to CFOs six months ago about post-pandemic workplace plans?
With no budget deal in sight between legislative Democrats and Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont, some lawmakers are trying to make their case for raising taxes.
Inheritance tax could make a return to the political agenda after decades of declining use as governments try to repair public finances and address widening inequality after the pandemic.
Tax and accounting professionals have joined most other businesses nationwide in adopting a host of different new practices to survive the pandemic, from hand sanitizer and masks to entirely new ways of interacting with clients.
What is your thinking on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies? Many “experts” claim to know what CFOs and CEOs think about the development of digital assets, the use of Bitcoin on balance sheets, and the business opportunities crypto presents. But rarely do they examine the public statements by members of the C-suite.
Creating a brand, for yourself or for your firm, can help you stand out among competitors and position you as an expert to be trusted. It can also help clients find you and recognize that you are the right professional to help them.
The Internal Revenue Service today issued guidance on the taxability of dependent care assistance programs for 2021 and 2022, clarifying that amounts attributable to carryovers or an extended period for incurring claims generally are not taxable.
Gov. Ned Lamont said Thursday that he’s going to keep the eviction moratorium in place a little longer, a day after a federal judge invalidated the national ban.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) today issued a proposed Accounting Standards Update (ASU) intended to better align hedge accounting with an organization’s risk management strategies. Stakeholders are encouraged to review and provide comment on the proposed ASU by July 5, 2021.
This reopening offers us a tremendous opportunity to take the best of the new ways of operating from this pandemic and blend them with traditional methods. But I’ve been listening to a lot of firm leaders talking about their post-pandemic wishes in recent weeks, and I’m afraid that some are getting ready to make a series of reopening mistakes that could cost them dearly.
For the past seven months, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), and a group of more than 40 volunteer subject-matter experts have worked to develop a model accounting curriculum for students pursuing the CPA credential.
Mr. Klanica, who joined RVI in 2007, has a long history of managing financial reporting, securitizations, financial risk, business combinations and portfolio purchases, technical accounting research and training. He previously served as Chief Financial Officer for Pitney Bowes Capital Services, Global Technical Controller for GE Capital Commercial Equipment Financing and Director of Accounting Services at Mercedes-Benz Credit Corporation.
The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) has updated DRS Taxpayer Services Special Bulletin, 2021-2, Impact of Federal Unemployment Compensation Exclusion on Connecticut Taxpayers.
Help is on the way for Connecticut restaurants that suffered financially during the coronavirus pandemic. Those restaurants can now apply for a Restaurant Revitalization Fund Grant, which is administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration.