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Harold Schroeder, member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, tells Bloomberg BNA that FASB intends its new “current expected credit loss” standard to be “scalable” and to allow banks flexibility to gauge expected loan/credit losses to fit the institution.
In this webcast, experts share highlights and insights from the results of the EY/Bloomberg BNA 2016 multistate payroll tax compliance survey and examine key areas of risk that are frequently overlooked.
MasterCard Inc. is participating in the American Bar Association’s initiative to improve diversity in the legal profession. Malvina Longoria, MasterCard’s general counsel for strategy and transformation, explains why diversity matters. She spoke to Bloomberg BNA June 5 on the sidelines of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Legal Operations Conference in Chicago.
Bloomberg BNA and Ernst & Young LLP have launched a confidential survey allowing participants to see how other businesses approach cross-border payroll tax compliance in several key areas. Survey results will be available free of charge to all who participate. Access the survey below!
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Tracking employee movement across state and country boundaries presents many challenges to payroll departments and can open employers up to compliance risks. Access this free report (link below) and gain insights on employers’ payroll tax practices related to mobile, domestic and foreign, nonresident employees working temporarily within the U.S. You can access the 2017 webcast slide deck (link b...
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Microsoft Corp. is testing whether artificial intelligence can aid in-house legal work, said Tami Baddeley, legal operations lead for the software provider. Baddeley spoke to Bloomberg BNA June 5 on the sidelines of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Legal Operations Conference in Chicago.