Businesses should start planning now to take advantage of provisions in the 2004 tax act, as well as opportunities that stem from tax law changes made in 2003, says Grant Thornton LLP.
Awareness of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 had surged in the not-for-profit industry over the past year. According to the second annual Grant Thornton LLP Board Governance Survey for Not-for-Profit Organizations, 83 percent of survey respondents say they are “very” or “somewhat” familiar with the act, compared to 56 percent in the 2003.
Only 26 percent report having a whistle-blower policy in place
Congress has passed the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004, the fourth major tax act in as many years.
Grant Thornton LLP, is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Age of Transparency Web portal.
Helping customers be more successful is no longer a differentiating factor for companies. It is now expected, according to Grant Thornton LLP's CEO Views newsletter.
Yesterday, the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a voluntary program allowing registrants to file supplemental financial information using Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL).
Grant Thornton LLP, announced today their national sponsorship of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG).
The majority of U.S. senior financial executives are in support of stock option expensing, reports a survey recently conducted by Grant Thornton LLP, one of the six global accounting, tax and business advisory organizations, with more than three-quarters of respondents saying they agree with such measures.
Nearly three-quarters of respondents says that greater transparency is needed in financial reporting; more than half do not think accounting firms should do both the audit and assist with documentation of internal controls.