On September 5, the IRS published proposed regulations related to Sections 451(b) and 451(c) of the Internal Revenue Code, providing long-awaited guidance for taxpayers that use an accrual accounting method and have an applicable financial statement and/or receive advance payments.
If you’re a business looking to expand internationally, you’ll need to comply with a host of unfamiliar regulations, from immigration rules to permanent establishment laws to employer obligations. You’ll also face myriad new challenges and unfamiliar requirements specifically related to finance and accounting.
If you’re a business looking to expand internationally, you’ll need to comply with a host of unfamiliar regulations, from immigration rules to permanent establishment laws to employer obligations. You’ll also face myriad new challenges and unfamiliar requirements specifically related to finance and accounting. Knowing country-specific rules and regulations can help you develop a sound accounting strategy to maximize revenue, manage your tax liability and reduce business risk. Understanding best practices abroad can help you establish a solid accounting framework and reporting structure and avoid penalties and fines.
If you’re expanding abroad for the first time or entering a new jurisdiction, you need sound processes in place to minimize risks and maximize advantages.
Martijn Tel of SiriusDecisions tells us why companies can make international expansion as hard or as easy as they want.
A fast-approaching change in US GAAP rules will alter the way companies must recognize revenue from customer contracts. The change provides a global rather than industry-specific framework, using a principles-based approach more aligned with International Financial Reporting Standards.
This month, UK authorities announced that they've launched an investigation into KPMG’s conduct related to an audit of Roll Royce’s financial statements. The investigation appears to be part of a trend of holding auditing firms accountable for policing their clients’ financial behavior.
This post gives an overview of the different types of SSAE 16 reports and why they’re an essential tool for service and software organizations like Radius, and for the clients and prospects that use them.
Qualys has a complex array of ongoing financial compliance and HR obligations in over 20 countries of operation. To make sure it meets those obligations, Radius designed an effective BPO solution tailored to Qualys’ unique needs across all jurisdictions.