This article discusses ways local governments can maneuver during the COVID-19 squeeze, provide service to their communities, and prepare for an uncertain future.
Try these fun and engaging ways of teaching accounting topics.
When teaching depreciation in Introduction to Accounting, faculty always cover a variety of different depreciation methods, including straight-line depreciation. Next time you teach this topic, build your students’ Excel skills by showing them how to use the straight-line (SLN) function in Excel.
Faculty can take these motives into account when attempting to deter cheating in their courses.
This article offers tips to help you familiarize yourself with your hardware and software and build a system that works for you.
Workplace experts offer strategies to help you gain more control of your workflow, even when others cause the chaos.
CPAs share tips for on getting back on the road when the COVID-19 crisis is over.
CPAs active in volunteer efforts share their advice on how to give back through financial literacy work.
Perfectionism can be counterproductive and even damaging to one’s health, but it is possible to do a great job without being perfect.
Amid the challenges of suddenly pivoting to online teaching midway through the semester, many accounting professors learned new techniques and principles that will inform their teaching this fall.
Hiring managers and other experts offer tips on creating successful remote hiring processes, from composing the job posting to choosing the technology to use.
The current circumstances force firms — and their clients — to deal with several challenges at the same time.
This article discusses how CPAs can help their clients navigate the tax and financial planning complications of retiring overseas.
The ability to relate to clients and internal teams is a valuable function of firms that provide consulting services.
This article offers ways to answer this tricky question appropriately.
Keep these principles in mind when assigning and teaching case studies to increase your chances of success.
Try these easy ways to create relatable lessons in accounting.
Simple to create, sparklines are tiny graphs that help you make sense of data at a glance.
Networking with prominent people can have many benefits, but it also can be intimidating. These tips can make it easier.
This article discusses how accountants can spot the telltale sings that increasingly mainstream virtual currencies are being used to squirrel away illicit funds.