Auditors’ reports will provide additional information, including a “Basis for Opinion” section in all reports, under a new standard issued by the AICPA Auditing Standards Board. Learn more about the new requirements, which include updates related to going concern.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
Jennifer H. Elder, CPA/CFF, CGMA, co-author of the book "Faster Disaster Recovery: The Business Owner’s Guide to Developing a Business Continuity Plan," discusses how to prepare so that an organization’s finances and reputation will be protected if a disaster occurs.
Troy Ashby, CPA, founder of Dallas-Fort Worth-area recruiting firm Benchmark Search Group, outlines steps you can take to improve onboarding and increase new employees’ sense of belonging.
Byron Hebert, CPA, explains why he has inverted the words on a common workplace phrase, and how a 2011 invitation changed his approach to work and life.
Maureen Hoersten, COO of staffing and recruiting group LaSalle Network, recommends ways to uncover the root cause of a bad working relationship and strategies for repairing it.
Nate Dvorak, a workplace researcher and client adviser at Gallup, reveals what recent studies say about the qualities needed for effective management.
IRS Form 990 is a complex, comprehensive form that can be a big challenge for a not-for-profit organization to prepare. Brian Yacker, CPA, J.D., managing partner of YH Advisors, describes best practices for a stress-free and compliant preparation of Form 990.
To succeed in the age of artificial intelligence (AI), CPAs must be taught new ways to learn and must learn why machine learning means they should be patient with AI. Find out more in Part 2 of our annual Accounting Technology Roundtable podcast.
Dave Moja, CPA, a tax partner at CapinCrouse LLP, discusses some of the activities not-for-profits should be aware of that produce unrelated business income.
The Paul Reveres of accounting have been on their horses for the past couple of years, crying out that technologies such as AI and blockchain are set to invade the profession. “The robots are coming! The robots are coming!” Very well, but what should CPAs be doing about it? Find out in Part 1 of our annual Accounting Technology Roundtable.