A lawyer with years of experience advising companies on crisis management shares current and future legal risks organizations should be considering.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
A new standard on audit evidence can help auditors adapt to the changing nature of business. Find out more on the standard in this podcast episode.
Ed Karl and Chris Hesse update us on how the 2020 marathon of a tax return filing season is going, whether the coronavirus-related return due date delay until July 15 is long enough, and what other relief taxpayers and their CPAs need.
Tom Hood, CPA/CITP, CGMA, shares what the pandemic-fueled acceleration of work-from-home practices means for business in the future.
Organizations and leaders seeking to address concerns about racism can learn valuable lessons from an expert on race in the workplace.
Our ninth annual accounting technology roundtable examines what the coronavirus crisis has revealed about accountants, their employers, and the technologies essential to remote work and life.
Technology, demographics, and regulation are hard trends that will have a lasting effect on business. Tom Hood, CPA/CITP, CGMA, shares how to adapt.
Eileen Sherr, CPA, CGMA, describes her work with state CPA societies as they advocate with state tax authorities for coronavirus-related taxpayer relief at the state and local level, and resources for keeping track of each jurisdiction’s response.
Jonathan Flack, CPA, the U.S. family business services leader at PwC, discusses the struggles family businesses are facing during the current economic crisis, as well as the unique strengths that can help them weather hard times such as these.
Julie Killian, CPA, a shareholder at Clayton & McKervey in Michigan, shares steps smaller businesses can take to improve their financial standing and increase their chances of staying afloat.