One CPA leader shares more on being a lifelong learner and the advice she gives to up-and-coming accountants; another leader explains some of the opportunities that firms have to automate certain processes and begin to offer more advisory services.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
An AICPA vice president analyzes the recently passed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and previews what’s to come regarding budget reconciliation and key tax provisions.
Two CPA risk management experts explain how COVID-19 amplified the risks organizations were already facing and why concern about future business models remains high.
Hear or read advice from a CPA firm leader on how to approach succession planning the right way: Start early, identify candidates, and communicate clearly.
In this second part of a two-part podcast, Guy Gage, founder of consulting firm PartnersCoach, talks about interview questions to ask that can determine whether a job candidate will integrate well to your culture.
Learn about the reasons some CPA firms are separating themselves as CAS top performers and about the role technology plays in growing a CAS practice in this podcast with transcript.
In this first part of a two-part podcast, Guy Gage, founder of consulting firm PartnersCoach, discusses the three types of culture he sees most often in CPA firms, and ways you can tell which predominates in your firm.
A CPA leader, the subject of the October Last Word feature, shares her interest in the Harry Potter book series and why she sought better training for staff at a government agency.
In this installment of an ongoing series, a CPA leader shares some of his firm’s success in transforming to a more digital way of approaching auditing.
An AICPA manager explains the details of a recently issued exposure draft by the AICPA Peer Review Board and how someone can become a peer reviewer.