Fentress Seagroves, deals partner for the U.S. with PwC, outlines the steps business owners can take to ensure a successful transition and discusses the many ways CPAs can support them during this process.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
New technologies with the power to reshape accounting, such as data analytics, are emerging all the time. Rich Gallagher, CPA, senior director of content for the AICPA Examinations team, explains how the CPA Exam is able to keep up with such changes.
Tax planning and return filing readiness depend in no small part on the actions of Congress and the IRS and Treasury in the countdown to 2020. Ed Karl, AICPA vice president–Taxation, gives some inside-the-Beltway prognostications.
2020 is not far away, and that means major changes related to technology are coming at us fast. The tech-focused founder of a consulting firm provides a preview.
Fraud and forensics expert Roger Darvall-Stevens explores emerging global fraud trends and what finance professionals and accountants can do to protect themselves and their firms.
Can roller derby double as leadership development? Can we really exercise our “confidence muscles”? Jen Gardner, CPA, says yes to both.
Clients who feel an emotional connection to your firm can be your greatest assets — especially in an age where accounting work is becoming increasingly commoditized.
John Garrett, a stand-up comedian, widely traveled speaker, and former practicing CPA, shares insights on how to deliver a memorable presentation at your next conference.
Should you use an emoji in email? Is there value in reaching “inbox zero” status? Byron Patrick, CPA/CITP, CGMA, has answers in this podcast.
Karen Dillon, a former editor with Harvard Business Review and author of the HBR Guide to Office Politics, discusses assertive strategies for empowering your career when you have a rocky relationship with your boss.