Travel restrictions led to a buildup of compensated absences and a corresponding liability that has implications for financial reporting, auditing, and management.
Social distancing and other pandemic precautions don’t have to slow down your search for talent. One organization offers tips for conducting effective remote job interviews.
Preparation may be the best defense against fraud when disaster strikes.
More than one-third of finance leaders say their organizations are resuming customary business travel or plan to do so by the end of the year.
As momentum grows for environmental, social and governance disclosures, ESG assurance opportunities are expected to present themselves for CPAs, who currently are performing a small fraction of these engagements in the US.
It’s a good time to reflect on the CPA profession’s role in making this historic business relief program a success and to consider what comes next, especially in four key areas.
The AICPA and the Center for Audit Quality sent letters to the SEC supporting its exploration of disclosures related to climate change and environmental, social and governance issues.
Reporting on environmental, social and governance information is becoming increasingly important. Internal audit’s independent advisory and assurance work can help organizations get it right.
The US Small Business Administration reported its first set of grants from the $16.25 billion Shuttered Venue Operator Grants program.
CPA decision-makers are projecting sharp increases in revenue and profit in the coming year. Why? Hear more in this week’s podcast.
U.S. finance decision-makers are mainly positive for the coming year for their businesses and the domestic economy, according to a quarterly survey.
Inflation fears, labor shortages and real estate issues all are top-of-mind as the US appears to be emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic. Former CNBC Chief Economist Marci Rossell provided AICPA Council members with advice Wednesday on what to expect in the weeks and months ahead.
After a year of heightened focus on diversity, equity and inclusion issues, leaders of the accounting profession are continuing in their commitment to make strides in this area. Accountability and transparency related to these issues will be pivotal in the coming years.
A diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant explains why DEI should more often be referred to as DEIB. She also offers tips for organizations and individuals to support employees of Asian heritage.
Restaurants and other eating establishments have until Monday, May 24, at 8 p.m. ET to submit applications to the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF), the SBA announced.
Many private companies and not-for-profits are adopting new lease accounting standards, and public companies that have adopted the guidance are applying it amid a pandemic-fueled surge in lease renegotiations.
Restaurants and other hard-hit providers of on-site food and beverage have flooded the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) with $65 billion in grant requests, more than double the amount of money allocated to the program.
A week after opening the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, the US Small Business Administration is sending out a first round of payments totaling $2 billion to more than 16,000 restaurants and other eligible food and beverage providers.
Hear more on calculation of depreciation in Excel from a Technology Q&A author, and hear from a risk management expert on what organizations have learned in the past year.
The Restaurant Revitalization Fund received more than 186,000 applications from restaurants and other eligible businesses the first two days after its application window opened May 3.