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While cash might be going out of style in today's plastic-heavy world, that doesn't mean those dollar bills that are, according to statistics, probably not in your wallet don't still have at least a few years left in them. An article in Forbes shows about how much time a bank note remains in circulation.
Samuel A. Dyckman, a longtime accounting professor at Baruch College and the recipient of the 2011 Dr. Emanuel Saxe Outstanding CPA in Education Award, has died at the age of 92, according to Accounting Today.
We're more likely to cheat when we think a task is going to be easy but find out that it's actually a lot harder than we thought, according to a paper written by researchers from Harvard Business School and London Business School.
Sometimes a college senior is a senior citizen, and while that may set them apart from their peers in some ways, there's one point of commonality this set shares with its younger colleagues: huge amounts of debt. CNN Money reports that while senior citizens 65 years of age and older represent only a small fraction of total student loan debt, their share has been growing rapidly: 600 percent between 2005 and 2013, going from $2.8 billion to $18 billion.
Accounting Degree Review, a blog that provides rankings and reviews about accounting and finance degree programs, has released what it says is “the most comprehensive meta-ranking of accounting graduate schools available.” The list, according to the site, evaluates the national rankings of four other outlets, most notably U
While relocating your company overseas through corporate inversion may lead to big savings on taxes, ratings agencies are wary of the long term benefits and have said that, for some companies, the process could lead to a credit downgrade, according to the Wall Street Journal. Already ratings agency Standard and Poors has threatened to downgrade companies seeking inversions such as AbbVie, Medtronic and Perrigo, often citing the large amount of money it takes to purchase a fo
The number of Fortune 100 companies offering rationales for their choice of external auditor has nearly doubled since 2012, growing from 16 to 31 percent disclosing this information in their proxy statements, according to CFO.com. The share of companies explicitly stating that their choice was in the best interests of both the company and shareholders also dramatically increased, going from 4 percent in 2012 to 46 percent in 2014.