Providing accounting services to marijuana businesses is full of potential legal and ethical minefields.
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For 40 years, employees at HMWC CPAs and Business Advisors in Orange County have taken part in an annual tradition dubbed the “Death March”: a camping, hiking, or rafting trip in one of the continent’s most beautiful national parks.
Brandy Amidon, CPA, the CFO at South Carolina marketing and creative agency Brains on Fire, found a way to hold employees’ interest and get them to care more about the organization’s profitability.
Todd Cohen, a regular speaker at the AICPA’s CFO Conference, explains why we should network regularly, as opposed to networking only when we need to.
Mark Zyla, CPA/ABV/CFF, joins this edition of the podcast to talk about business prenups and divorce — and how they can impact your business’s valuation.
Wesley Middleton, CPA, founder and managing partner of MiddletonRaines+Zapata, discusses his unique leadership style and how and why his firm does things differently.
CPAs around the country are still trying to figure out how the recent national tax reform will impact their clients at the federal level. But they’re also interested in how it will impact their clients at the state level.
What will accounting firms and accounting departments look like after lower-level, repetitive tasks are automated and unprecedented amounts of data can be mined for business insights? That topic takes center stage in the second part of our annual accounting technology roundtable podcast.
Three of the profession’s top technology experts discuss the radical changes emerging technologies will bring to accounting — and accountants — over the next 1–5 years.
This podcast offers answers to some of the most common questions on how the new tax reform law will impact individual taxpayers.