Practitioners still have a lot of questions about tax reform — including everything from dealing with binding and nonbinding Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA) guidance to individual planning considerations. Annette Nellen joins this episode of the podcast to address those issues.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
Kevin Gienger, CPA, shares ways CPAs can better manage their time and become more productive without losing sight of what’s most important to them.
One of the areas that accountants are most interested in regarding tax reform is Sec. 199A guidance — and, more specifically, how the deduction for qualified business income relates to a specified service trade or business. Tony Nitti, CPA, addresses some popular questions on that topic.
If poor communication is leading to inefficiency — or worse — at your firm, this podcast episode with AICPA board member Melody Feniks will provide strategies that can help.
Identical twin brothers Harold Little, CPA, CGMA, Ph.D., and Carroll Little, CPA, DPA, share the unusual distinction of having both served as the chairs of AACSB-accredited accounting departments. The brothers look back at their journey from students to practitioners to faculty members.
Hear details on a dampened economic outlook from a recent survey of U.S. finance decision-makers. Ken Witt, CPA, CGMA, breaks down the results.
Why shouldn’t CPA firms wait on others to develop AI and data analytics tools? Find out in this podcast episode.
What do ATMs and postage stamps have to do with blockchain? Find out in this JofA podcast episode.
Lester McKeever talks about what it was like to work for Mary T. Washington, a legendary accountant who became the first female African-American CPA in 1943, and also offers advice on succession planning at smaller firms.
This episode will bring you up to date on the latest developments in CPA firm mobility.