Anoop Natwar Mehta is traveling the country, meeting with the next generation of accounting professionals. Along the way, he’s gained some valuable perspective that can fuel company leaders’ efforts to hire the best and brightest.
It’s worth pausing to reflect on the AICPA’s successes in advocating for the profession with Congress and the IRS this year.
Those on the front line of the sustainability reporting landscape share what’s to come in 2023 and what accounting professionals need to know to prepare.
AICPA and the U.S. Department of Labor sign the first three companies to a program aimed at addressing talent shortage in accounting and finance.
Two former IRS commissioners addressed the agency’s issues at an AICPA panel and sounded a note of optimism for the future, based on new funding and pending technology improvements.
This quick-hitting episode covers recent news of interest, including IRS and Social Security Administration annual announcements, why the AICPA is requesting guidance from the IRS and Treasury, and advice for negotiating after you’ve received a job offer.
Three CPAs discuss the particulars of proposed revisions issued by the AICPA for the Statements on Standards for Tax Services.
The organization’s letter to the IRS and Treasury makes recommendations in five areas to help companies deal with the new tax.
In a second letter, the AICPA takes issue with broad new documentation requirements for refund claims involving the Sec. 41 credit, outlined in an IRS memo in fall 2021.
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.