Sponsored reports from the Journal of Accountancy

Throughout the year, the Journal of Accountancy publishes sponsored reports that offer readers a deep dive on a specific topic. Download the report today or check back in during the publishing month to stay updated. To advertise in these lead generation reports, email adsales@aicpa.org.

March: 6 key areas of change for accountants and auditors

Sponsored by Sage, Workiva, Thomson Reuters

Change is rampant in the accounting profession. New accounting standards on revenue recognition, leases, and credit losses present implementation challenges, and auditors are dealing with new disclosure rules as well. This independently-written report identifies the hurdles that accounting professionals face and provides tips for overcoming the challenges.

May: Taking stock of artificial intelligence

Sponsored by Sage, SAP Concur, and BlackLine

Artificial intelligence is either the greatest thing to ever happen to human work or the dread of our existence. This independently written report explores how AI will reshape the workplace and how analytically minded individuals can stand out.

June: Why cybercriminals are targeting CPAs

Sponsored by CPACharge, Workiva, Shred-it, AbacusNext

Because of the sensitive information they possess, CPA firms have become prime targets for cybercriminals. This free report expands on the most commonly found scams, why education and specialized IT knowledge help to lessen security vulnerabilities, and why every firm should plan carefully for how it would respond to a breach.

September: HR/payroll

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October: Tax season preview

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SPONSORED REPORT

Building client loyalty with payroll services

In this report, CPA experts detail their tactics for performing successful payroll services, how to mitigate risk in the process, and the impact payroll can have as a value-added service.

PODCAST

Using drones to enhance audits

Hermann Sidhu, CPA, global assurance digital leader at EY, walks us through EY’s exciting new project to use drones to help audit large warehouses and outdoor inventories.