Journal of Accountancy News App

AICPA members can now enjoy an exclusive new benefit—the Journal of Accountancy News App for iPad.

Featuring news from the JofA and CPA Letter Daily, and more than 15 AICPA news feeds, as well as the JofA’s monthly magazine content, videos, and more, the app is the definitive source for all the accounting news a CPA on the go needs every day.

The app can be used offline, allowing you to read articles you have downloaded even when you don’t have a Wi-Fi or data connection. Your app will be updated with the latest news when you reconnect.

To download the app, search for “Journal of Accountancy” in the App Store on your iPad. Once installation is complete, tap the icon and follow instructions to log in using your login information. This is a onetime process; you will not need to reenter your login information again unless you change it on

Important: You will need to have your login credentials before you can use the app for the first time. Members who do not know their login credentials, or have never registered on, can retrieve or set up their login information by visiting and clicking on “Sign In” at the top of the page.

Click here to download the Journal of Accountancy News App in the App Store.

Latest news
Scan the most recent news from the JofA, updated throughout the day.

CPA Letter Daily news
Read the top accounting and business news every day from sources around the world.

Latest issue
Read the latest issue of the monthly JofA magazine.

Keep monthly issues in your library. Download past issues in seconds.

Topics range from interviews of influential people to professional updates.

AICPA news feeds
Select from more than 15 news feeds. Topics include general accounting news, tax, and management accounting.

Easily find articles on your app.


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