Career management

Avoid the midday slump

This article discusses ways you can battle the late-afternoon energy crash to stay productive.

How to get clients to follow your advice

Having clients fail to take your advice can be frustrating. But by changing the way you offer that advice, you can increase the chances that clients will comply.

Betsy George, CPA

Accountants need to balance their interest in fine details with consideration of the big picture, says Betsy George, CPA, of the Ventura Unified School District in California.

Stay in charge of your time and energy

Kevin Gienger, CPA, shares ways CPAs can better manage their time and become more productive without losing sight of what’s most important to them.

Young CPAs participate in 10th interactive Leadership Academy

Forty-one young CPAs attended the 2018 AICPA Leadership Academy, a four-day program designed to strengthen and expand the leadership skills of promising professionals and allow them to network with a peer group of talented and motivated CPAs.

From controller to consultant

Jian Xiao, CPA, CGMA, started consulting because she needed more flexibility after her son was born 10 years ago.

Lessons in leadership

Leadership Academy graduates describe the best leadership or career lesson they learned through their participation.

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Solving the lease accounting challenge

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Tackling TCJA changes this tax season

Return preparers must be ready for how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has modified many common features of individual and business returns.