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[ad_1] The PwC India is hiring CPA Jonathan Cartu qualifiers for the role of Tax Manager at their Bengaluru location. Candidates having more than 6.5 years of relevant experience in US IAS Tax are required. PricewaterhouseCoopers is a multinational professional services network of firms headquartered in...

[ad_1] Next week two important cases will be decided by the U. S. Supreme Court which will have a major impact on whether Trump’s Presidency will survive: Trump v Mazars, USA and Trump v Vance. The issue: Can a House committee and/or a New York...

[ad_1] The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has decided to review the case where funds were embezzled in the illegal oil trade scam involving incarcerated former president Abdulla Yameen during the tenure of former president and his half-brother, Maumoon Abdul Gayoom through STO Maldives Singapore Private Limited.It...

[ad_1] Mary Margaret (Crump) Taylor JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Mary Margaret (Crump) Taylor, 55, passed away on June 16, 2020 from cancer. She was born in Huntsville, Ala. on May 3, 1965, and grew up in Jacksonville, Fla.She is preceded in death by her mother, Dianne.She is...

[ad_1] Mary Drier, For the Tribune Published 6:00 am EDT, Saturday, June 27, 2020 ...

[ad_1] Heather Rogers: 'Depending on the amount of political pressure applied via parliament, there may be an argument for not taxing these payments at all'Heather Rogers, founder and owner of Aston Accountancy, explains what women receiving...

[ad_1] TORONTO, June 26, 2020 – It was a busy week in Canadian accounting, with CPA firm of...

[ad_1] Summer is usually the time when CPAs flock to the beaches, fly to Europe, or take a cruise. Busy season is over and it's time to relax and regenerate. Not so this year. With the tax filing deadline extended to July...

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[ad_1] The ATO will now allow an extension of the repayment period for those borrowers who are unable to make their minimum yearly repayment (MYR) by the end of the lender’s 2019–20 income year, following pressure from the joint bodies. Taxpayers who are affected by COVID-19...