Isabella Grabner, associate professor of accounting at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, Netherlands, received the 2016 Best Early Career Researcher Award.
Know the tax and other requirements for this option to manage risk.
These tips can help reduce risk and the amount spent on accounts payable functions.
Small and midsize companies can use these four ways to detect or prevent this fraud.
Meet Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, CPA, CGMA, the new chairman of the AICPA board of directors.
These 5 tips will help organizations fit security spending into their budgets in a balanced way.
When groupthink occurs, the benefits of diversity can be lost.
They’re hot business growth tools—but they demand cool-headed preparation before you put the hammer down.
Want to keep your best CPAs from jumping ship? This article explores alternatives to the phrases best left unsaid.
Developing a transparent anti-fraud culture and conducting periodic risk assessments are important steps for organizations in deterring fraud.
U.S. finance executives are generally unfazed by the potential outcome of the presidential election.
To offer your staff the right incentives, determine what they value most. Flexible working options and clear career paths matter more than salary to some.
Leaders must communicate clearly and openly to maintain employee morale when the unknowns are greatest.
A new CAQ publication offers guidance.
A growing number of US companies plan to hire more workers, but finding the right talent remains a concern, according to a quarterly survey of CPA executives by the American Institute of CPAs.
This article examines how controllers can address technology issues, budgetary constraints, and more.
The proposal would clarify concepts introduced in 2004.
With savvy equipment purchases and a strategy to reduce patients’ reliance on high-cost services, Steven Blake, CPA, CGMA, is helping community hospitals provide quality health care services to underserved areas of east and south Los Angeles.
CFOs are key players when a company establishes a CVC fund because they are an integral part of allocating the money required to invest.
Reducing negative surprises and improving resource allocation are among the benefits of integrated enterprise risk management, according to the proposed framework update by COSO.