These recently released publications can help jump-start CPA efforts to remain competitive in the evolving digitized environment.
Information management and technology assurance
U.S. securities issuers will be required to include a hyperlink to each exhibit in a corporate filing’s exhibit index under new rule and form amendments.
Follow these steps to start or grow data-based auditing practices.
Education and effective governance are keys to an effective cybersecurity policy, according to Steven J. Ursillo Jr., CPA/CITP, CGMA.
Defense from cyberattacks on a CPA firm’s fortress requires more than the IT cavalry.
Microsoft Excel 2016 has two new mapping capabilities.
Worth your Tile: Find keys or wallet easily with app ... Updates boost Automatic’s tracking of driving habits
I dropped my Turbo 2 phone through a couch, and when I tilted the couch to retrieve the phone, I rocked the couch’s metal frame atop the phone and completely shattered the screen; or at least so I thought.
Almost all smartphones include a calculator, but not all of them are advanced enough to meet the demanding needs of a true tech-savvy CPA.
The best measure you can take to secure your Gmail is to enable two-step verification.
Recently, I've become concerned about the privacy of sending email. What's a cheap and easy way to protect my email messages?
Excel offers three functions for calculating the internal rate of return, and I recommend you use all three.
How to create a Microsoft Word document with different headers and footers.
Nomorobo protects voice over internet protocol (VoIP) landlines and cellphones using “simultaneous ring."
The latest ploy mimics an IRS request for e-services validation.
Learn how to use Microsoft Excel to unearth and interpret the wealth of data hidden in the general ledger.
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What's a good way to weed out the duplicate images and organize all of my photos together?
Word's AutoCorrect function contains corrections for many commonly misspelled or mistyped words.
The traditional Control Panel option is still available through the Windows 10 Start button, but it is buried deeper in the menu.