This article looks at two subsets of artificial intelligence that could have an impact on the way accounting professionals do their jobs.
CPAs may want to revisit their clients’ Medicare elections, particularly now that Part D changes are on the horizon.
This article discusses ways to assess your firm’s future readiness in its culture and talent practices.
Liven up your classes with these tools from the 2018 CTLA/AAA Annual Meeting.
Excel skills are an essential part of the accounting curriculum, but they’re not always the easiest topic to teach.
Introverted employees may be reluctant to speak up in meetings, advocate for their ideas, seek help, and disclose their preferred work habits.
There are steps recruiters and hiring managers can take to avoid ghosting.
This article discusses what municipalities can do to prevent embezzlement and what can CPAs and auditors can do to assist them.
the Annual Enrollment Period is an opportunity for clients to be proactive in their Medicare planning.
This article offers tips to help you become a more effective and confident presenter.
This article offers tips to reduce and prevent loneliness among your colleagues and employees.
This article discusses why we procrastinate, and what can we do about it.
If you’re considering your own accounting or finance podcast, here are some tips to get you started.
This article discusses the requests established leaders have for future leaders.
Here are a few things to look for when selecting cloud accounting software that will provide you and your clients the most value.
Try these tips and topics for discussing technology in class.
Honorees pass along valuable insights at the AAA Annual Meeting.
Meet five accountants who have competed in extreme sports events, become professional athletes, or simply challenged themselves physically.
CPA managers and hiring experts frequently see obvious mistakes, and those errors can weaken an accountant’s chances of being hired.
More accountants show their imaginative side.