CPA firm partners looking to retire in the next few years need to make sure they have a succession plan in place as soon as possible. An expert on M&A trends and firm succession explains key considerations.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
This express podcast episode with transcript hits the highlights of recent Journal of Accountancy news coverage of student loan debt forgiveness, an AICPA letter urging penalty relief from the IRS, and more.
A Deloitte partner with a CFO focus explains the main obstacles facing large-company CFOs now and why one indicator points to optimism about the future. Listen to his thoughts or read the full transcript.
Economic optimism is dimming, bringing revenue and profit projections down as well, but more than half of U.S. finance decision-makers say they can use more workers. Learn more about quarterly sentiment, along with a look at IRS news and more, in this podcast episode with transcript.
How can organizations and firms evaluate whether robotic process automation (RPA) is right for a project? First, they must know what RPA is and isn’t, and the pain points they are trying to address. An expert shares knowledge on the topic in this podcast episode with transcript.
Podcast guest and technology expert David Cieslak shares why automation should be embraced by finance professionals and explains how he became known as “Inspector Gadget.”
A tax-focused CPA breaks down provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act, including the corporate minimum tax, the 1% excise tax on share buybacks, IRS enforcement funding, and more in this podcast episode with transcript.
Amber Setter, a former accountant and an International Coaching Federation-accredited professional certified coach, talks about signs someone may need to consider speaking with a professional about their mental health and what you can do if you notice these signs in someone else.
An accounting professor and author with a background in corporate America shares considerations and key questions when it comes to parsing and presenting data.
Hear an encore presentation of an entrepreneur and consultant’s thoughts on the CPA profession’s “really interesting inflection point” and his lessons from innovation leaders from around the world. The podcast also has a full transcript.