Are you an auditor? Do you have any public company clients? Have you recently been notified that the PCAOB will be inspecing the audit of one of those public company clients?
In 2016, government auditors in Washington state discovered $420,300 in unemployment benefits paid out to prisoners. Prisoners, by the way, are ineligible for unemployment benefits.
Whenever I think about Internet of Things ("IoT"), my mind jumps to a Disney original movie from 1999 called Smart House.
SEC Chair Mary Jo White said that she'll wait until two new commissioners are appointed before deciding on whether James Doty will remain the head of the PCAOB.
In honor of throwback Thursday let me take you on a journey down memory lane to reminisce about Office Space, a light hearted and irreverent comedy starring Ron Livingston and Jennifer Aniston.
Who hasn’t felt the sheer sense of dread hitting the "install now" button on an iPhone (especially after hearing the horror stories floating around about iOS 9)?
Sometimes I get the impression that the Big 4 don’t fully appreciate what the PCAOB’s supposed to do as a regulator.
Last week the PCAOB approved its 2016 budget and also its "strategic plan" through 2019. That might sound like a more potent sleeping aid than tryptophan, but sometimes board members say interesting things worth sharing and, today, we have one for you.
SEC Chief Accountant James Schnurr says that, although "there's room for improvement" audit quality "is getting better" and the PCAOB has "deepened their expertise" and "their inspection process has matured."
As you've probably heard by now, materiality's definition is up for debate. Back in September, the FASB said they'd like to go with the Supreme Court's definition and investor advocates think that's a terrible idea.