A risk assurance and advisory leader at Cherry Bekaert discusses how firms of any size can identify, prepare for, and take advantage of cyber advisory opportunities.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
A Deloitte partner with a CFO focus explains why finance chiefs have reason for optimism, what concerns them, and why “we’re entering into a new realm.”
A CPA shares advice for organizations and practitioners on single audits and why more expertise is needed, and an AICPA vice president explains the reasons behind the organization’s support of a bill recently introduced in the House of Representatives.
Hear why the AICPA is backing proposed legislation that would categorize accounting as a STEM career; also, get the scoop on the “Dirty Dozen” tax scams.
Hear or read the opening of a multipart series on audit transformation. This episode provides an overview of the auditing landscape and more.
A finance leader takes a look at business travel’s past and future, and a multisport athlete shares why, at 19, he knew he needed a post-sports career plan.
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.
Amy Wang Miller, CPA, J.D., senior manager with the AICPA’s Tax Policy & Advocacy team, explains what the framework means, what accounting and finance professionals can expect next, and what the future of a global minimum tax looks like.
A Technology Q&A co-author talks about maximizing efficiency in meetings. Also, get a peek into the new AICPA board chair’s approach to client service.
CPA decision-makers are projecting sharp increases in revenue and profit in the coming year. Why? Hear more in this week’s podcast.