Finance executives in business and industry have grown more pessimistic about their own organizations since the start of the year. This podcast episode with transcript analyzes the reasons for leaders’ concern.
Driven by ongoing concerns about inflation, finance executives in business and industry project declines in profits for the coming year, according to a new AICPA & CIMA survey.
Marilyn Bartlett, CPA, changed the conversation about health care policy when her penchant for numbers saved Montana’s state employee health plan millions without increasing member or employer contributions.
At its spring meeting, the AICPA Council voiced support for the Pipeline Acceleration Plan and decided to move forward with development of a national strategy focused on boosting the accounting profession’s talent outlook.
A lower percentage of companies are seeking new employees and increasing the benefits for their current workers, according to a survey of audit partners.
Reviews focused on career goals and needs can better enable employees to succeed.
Even if regulations don’t legally apply to private companies, they often apply from a practical standpoint. A new resource offers guidance on the importance of assuring sustainability data for public and private companies alike.
James Tilk is Director of Solutions Strategy for BlackLine. He has eight-plus years of SaaS experience, helping customers across multiple industries solve their most pressing problems with cloud-based accounting and financial close solutions. Prior to that, he spent 10-plus years leading various finance and accounting functions and is an active certified public and management accountant.
Company leaders leaning into the opportunity presented by the evolving ESG landscape share their success stories during the 2023 Future of Finance Virtual Summit.
Despite a potential recession on the horizon, 54% of CFOs are optimistic or very optimistic regarding the economy, according to Grant Thornton’s first-quarter CFO survey.
COSO has published supplemental guidance that can be used to apply its internal control framework to reporting on sustainability.
A keynote speaker at the upcoming AICPA & CIMA CFO Conference recounts the reaction he first got from his boss to a TEDx talk about managing people that has since gone viral.
The chief accounting officer of Workday shares on technology and talent strategy, zero-day close, and accounting’s role in driving value creation.
Most respondents in a quarterly survey are worried about inflation. But there’s a bit of a thaw in pessimism since the fourth quarter of last year. Learn more in this podcast episode with transcript.
After hitting a historic low at the end of 2022, the outlook for the U.S. economy rebounded somewhat in February 2023, but inflation remains a concern, according to the first-quarter Business and Industry Economic Outlook Survey released by AICPA & CIMA.
Educators shared strategies at a recent AICPA CGMA teaching symposium to attract students to the profession and to prepare them for a career in management accounting.
An accounting professor, speaker, author, and documentarian explains why some types of fraud perpetrators are viewed differently than others in this podcast episode with transcript.
Find out the types of unclaimed property notices companies receive and best practices on handling them.
Find out how to apply FASB’s updated
hedge accounting guidance, which more
closely aligns a company’s financial
reporting with the results of its risk
Finance leaders share what they learned while navigating past crises and what CFOs can do to keep their organizations resilient.