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.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
With tax season underway for calendar-year taxpayers, Betsy Krisher, CPA, explains four key provisions in the new tax law that have a significant effect on not-for-profits.
Accountants must refine their communication skills to fulfill their professional potential.
Sentiment is positive overall among U.S. finance decision-makers. Hear more about the issues causing them concern, both at home and abroad.
What can FP&A professionals learn from a famous Super Bowl play? And what’s the role of storytelling in FP&A? Learn more in this podcast episode.
Having clients fail to take your advice can be frustrating. But by changing the way you offer that advice, you can increase the chances that clients will comply.
Fraud prevention doesn’t need to be complex. In fact, a few simple steps can help organizations of any size be better at fighting fraud.
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.
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.