Cornell College is proud to announce a new partnership with the Master of Accounting (MAcc) Program at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
While companies incorporate in tax havens to reduce their tax burden and improve their bottom lines, a recent study finds investors are leery of the risks associated with tax havens.
A law governing pensions gave business scholars an unprecedented research opportunity to understand the impact of financial constraints.
Maryland Smith tax expert Samuel Handwerger starts with Elon Musk’s stake in virtual currency and explores the implications for the future of finance – and the IRS.
After a major corporate fraud case hits a city, financially motivated neighborhood crimes like robbery and theft increase in the area, a new study suggests. The revelation of corporate accounting misconduct is linked to a 2.3 percent increase in local financially motivated crimes in the following year.
When an accounting firm has a diversified client portfolio, the quality of the firm’s audits suffers – and the more industry sectors it audits, the worse those audits are.
New research finds that corporate tax-planning practices improve when a company’s board takes an interest – and better planning results in both less tax uncertainty and a lower tax burden.