Poole College Offers Free Tax Sessions
Beginning Saturday, accounting students from the Poole College of Management will provide free tax preparation services for those who have made $64,000 or less during calendar year 2016. Other dates are Feb. 25, March 18 and April 8.
Two Pack Grads Playing in Super Bowl LI
Starting offensive guard Joe Thuney and reserve quarterback Jacoby Brissett both earned their degrees from NC State before heading off to play for the NFL's New England Patriots. Sunday, the two rookies hope to help their team win Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons in Houston.
Study Finds Current Corporate Sustainability Reporting Misses the Mark
A new study finds corporate sustainability reporting often focuses on issues that are unimportant to stakeholders, and offers specific suggestions to improve the content of future reporting efforts.
Accounting for the Arts
Accounting professor Roby Sawyers is a loyal supporter of Arts NC State.
Study: Even Fraud-Savvy Investors Often Look for the Wrong Red Flags
Researchers have found that most investors who are vigilant about corporate fraud are tracking warning signs that are only clear after it’s too late to protect their investment.
Protections, Not Money, Can Boost Internal Corporate Whistleblowing
New research finds that strong, reliable anti-retaliation policies can encourage employees to notify internal authorities of possible wrongdoing, but that offering monetary incentives does not necessarily influence whistleblowing behavior – or at least not right away.
Profs to Analyze Tax Reform
NC State professors Roby Sawyers and Mike Walden will join a team of experts from the UNC system to analyze and estimate the economic impact of the tax reform plan under consideration in the state Senate.
Williams Receives Fellowship
Accounting professor Paul Williams has been awarded the first Ernst & Young Faculty Research Fellows Award in the Poole College of Management.
Accounting Students Offer Free Tax Help
NC State accounting students will provide free assistance with tax returns for students, university employees and local residents who earn less than $49,000.
Bye-Bye Balance Sheet
Textiles professor Helmut Hergeth uses a board game to help students visualize accounting principles.