This article discusses ways to make getting criticism feel more productive and less personal.
An emergency testing period for the CPA Exam is being invoked as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 second-quarter testing window is being extended from June 10 to June 30.
Concerns about the coronavirus pandemic have prompted the postponement of ENGAGE 2020, one of the largest accounting and finance conferences in North America.
Prometric’s CPA Exam test centers are closing for 30 days in the US and Canada to protect the health of test takers and staff during the coronavirus outbreak.
This article discusses ways to reduce--or even eliminate--the downward spiral of burnout.
CPA couples describe how they met, how (in some cases) they work together, and what advice they would give to new CPA duos starting out.
CPAs share advice and recipes for shareable dishes.
Understanding operations and contributing to process improvements and strategy are essential tasks for finance leaders, according to Kari Patterson, CPA.
Human resources experts recommend using this question to help an interviewer get to know you better.
Human resources experts share what this prompt is designed to reveal about a candidate, and good ways to reply to it.
Credentials for U.S. CPAs and South African chartered accountants have a path to be recognized in their respective countries under a new cross-border mutual recognition agreement.
Legislative challenges to professional licensing standards are a threat to CPAs and other professionals. But a new survey indicates strong public support for licensing standards.
Strategies for technology, succession, and human resources are essential for success in a time of rapid change, according to Wayne McConnell, CPA, managing partner of McConnell & Jones LLP in Houston.
Olivia Kirtley, former chair of the AICPA and past president of the International Federation of Accountants, was named the first recipient of the American Woman's Society of CPAs (AWSCPA) Lifetime Achievement Award.
Four CPAs share their secrets for getting more done in less time.
A model proposed by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the AICPA would require candidates to display core skills plus deeper knowledge in one of three disciplines.
Career experts share subjects you should handle with care or avoid altogether in your next job interview.
This article discusses ways you can make the most of your time spent in meetings.
CPAs offer advice on the processes and technology that help them effectively manage remote teams.
Many CPAs could benefit from taking a proactive approach to career strategy.