In between predictions of a recession and lower revenue and profit projections, some finance decision-makers show signs of positivity when it comes to their business expansion plans in the coming 12 months. Learn more in this podcast episode with transcript.
More CPA decision-makers are pessimistic about the state of the U.S. and global economies, according to the quarterly Business and Industry Economic Outlook Survey.
Those on the front line of the sustainability reporting landscape share what’s to come in 2023 and what accounting professionals need to know to prepare.
An AICPA executive shares more about the first three companies signed up for a new apprenticeship program and explains more about three apprentice paths.
Employers and employees alike are looking for sustained success in the workforce — no easy task but one that is achievable, even in tough economic times.
AICPA and the U.S. Department of Labor sign the first three companies to a program aimed at addressing talent shortage in accounting and finance.
Firms are looking for CPAs with environmental, social, and governance knowledge and experience.
Global business leaders say the impact of ESG goes beyond simply satisfying investors and accounting standards.
Most CFOs expect to offer a hybrid work model for the foreseeable future, a decision that may help with talent acquisition but that could create new obstacles related to talent retention.
CPAs can increase their value to clients by providing sound cash-handling advice. Test your knowledge with this quiz.
Boards of directors are facing unprecedented questions, but a report from the National Association of Corporate Directors offers a framework for finding answers.
CPA firm partners looking to retire in the next few years need to make sure they have a succession plan in place as soon as possible. An expert on M&A trends and firm succession explains key considerations.
US CFOs have grown more pessimistic about the economy — thanks to increasing costs of goods and services, increasing energy costs, and supply chain challenges — according to a quarterly survey by Grant Thornton.
A Deloitte partner with a CFO focus explains the main obstacles facing large-company CFOs now and why one indicator points to optimism about the future. Listen to his thoughts or read the full transcript.
Economic optimism is dimming, bringing revenue and profit projections down as well, but more than half of U.S. finance decision-makers say they can use more workers. Learn more about quarterly sentiment, along with a look at IRS news and more, in this podcast episode with transcript.
Kimberly Kirkendall, CPA, is president of international Resource Development Inc. in Cleveland.
Finance executives in business and industry are more pessimistic about their own businesses and the domestic and global economy, according to a quarterly US survey.
Executive recruiting firm Crist Kolder’s annual report shows record levels of female and racially or ethnically diverse leadership at large companies.
Nearly four in five hiring managers in finance “expect to have to work hard” to attract and retain talent over the next year after three-fourths dealt with retention issues over the past year.
Real estate and facilities management is the category most likely to face budget cuts, a Gartner survey shows. IT is the most common CFO choice for planned spending increases.