Workplace bullying is becoming a bigger problem than harassment. Twenty-seven percent of U.S. workers report experiencing abusive conduct at work, and 21 percent report witnessing such conduct. Bullying can be physical or psychological....
When it comes to making personal finance decisions, women are taking the lead, a recent survey by Ameriprise Financial called "Women and Financial Power" reveals. The survey, which included women ages 25 to 70 with at least $25,000 in investable assets, found that...
Accounting firms have been universally declining to endorse cost estimates being used by New Brunswick political parties in their election platforms, instead appearing to suggest voters take what they are being promised with a grain of salt.
During its meeting on Sept. 10, the Financial Accounting Standards Board preliminarily discussed whether the following topics should be added to its Simplification agenda: The Board asked the staff to perform additional research on these topics which would be presented...
"Effective implementation of the revenue recognition standards is critical to its success in providing financial statement users with the information they need to make the right decisions about how to allocate their capital." Russell Golden, Financial Accounting Standards...
Many people won't save enough money for a comfortable retirement, but women have an even higher risk than men of coming up short when they stop working. According to the Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement, on average women earn around $0.77 for every $1 earned...
In like manner to a letter signed by 46 bipartisan United States senators last month, a bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives — 233 members — have signed a letter urging the House leadership to preserve the cash method of accounting for tax purposes,...
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