Firm practice management

Jonyce Bullock, CPA

Career advancement is more achievable for a person who has a plan and shares it with leadership, according to Jonyce Bullock, CPA.

Ask the expert: Practice management

Joining Canopy in 2019, Davis Bell has held critical leadership roles in strategy, operations, and finance. He specializes in creating and managing new products and businesses from scratch to scale.

Avoiding fallout from aggressive tax strategies

CPAs must understand the significant risk that emanates from “too good to be true” tax strategies even if they “just make introductions,” provide tax consulting services, or prepare returns that reflect these strategies.

Accounting profession continues to zero in on DEI issues

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.

Supporting AAPI talent in May and beyond

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.

Diverse faculty attracts diverse students

Professors can shape a student’s experiences, influencing whether students take a course or pursue a career because the person at the front of the classroom looks like them. The first Black CPA Ph.D.s have played an important role in attracting generations of future Black CPAs.

4 reopening mistakes employers must avoid

As firm leaders prepare for a post-pandemic work world, they should take care to plot a path that steers clear of potential pitfalls — four of which are explored in this article.

Resilience lessons for women accountants

Fortitude, mentoring and lifelong learning can help women navigate their careers in the accounting profession, according to three women leaders who shared their stories.

Breaking a barrier: The first Black partner of Big Eight firm

In 1971, 50 years after the first Black CPA received his license, Elmer J. Whiting Jr. became the first Black partner of one of the nation’s largest accounting firms. His achievement helped to influence and inspire his firm, his community and ambitious professionals following his footsteps.

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100th ANNIVERSARY

Black CPA Centennial, 1921–2021

With 2021 marking the 100th anniversary of the first Black licensed CPA in the United States, a yearlong campaign kicked off to recognize the nation’s Black CPAs and encourage greater progress in diversity, inclusion, and equity in the CPA profession.