When selling or buying CPA firms, leaders must make sure they find a good cultural fit, according to John Colucci, CPA, J.D.
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Investors are looking for actions that back up statements about equity.
Building on a commitment to diversity with efforts to promote inclusion can make a difference in the accounting profession, according to panelists at the AICPA’s fall Council.
Etiquette experts discuss ways to avoid kitchen mistakes and keep harmony among their co-workers.
This article discusses ways to harness technology lessons from this pressure-packed year.
Holding a leadership conference for college students can help firms build valuable relationships and aid in recruiting, according to Barrett Simonis, CPA.
A workplace safety plan amid the pandemic requires unique considerations.
CPA firm leaders discuss the retention strategies that work for them.
CPA firms’ ability to loan staff to attest clients would be limited to rare circumstances under a newly proposed AICPA ethics interpretation.
A growing opportunity for CPAs exists in cannabis-related business advising. Along with that comes risk on several fronts.
Women, particularly Black women and other women of color, are a rare sight in executive leadership. A panel discussion at ENGAGE explores why and how to change it.
The AICPA and CPA.com are launching .cpa, a restricted Internet domain exclusively for licensed CPA firms and, beginning next year, individual CPAs. The new .cpa domain is designed to promote greater trust in firms’ online interactions with clients and the public.
Make sure your messages are getting noticed and opened in clients’ inboxes.
Mike Schneider, East Region Managing Partner, Audit for KPMG LLP, offered insights into how the firm is dealing with the changes to its workplaces while continuing to serve clients.
Learn ways to identify and mitigate the risk of a large claim before it happens to your firm.
Blockchain is often misunderstood. For instance, there is not one blockchain but many. Similarly, there are many opinions about how blockchain will affect the practice of accounting. Participants in the our annual technology roundtable add their voices to the debate.
Workplace experts offer strategies to help you gain more control of your workflow, even when others cause the chaos.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and social upheaval, taking a fresh look at your practice and leading with emotional intelligence can lead to improvements in business results and employee welfare.
The culture of a workplace, be that in a company or an accounting firm, determines how employees and customers are treated, says Stephanie Creary. To assess how racism is a factor requires open, frank conversations and leaders willing to listen and learn what they probably didn’t know.
The current circumstances force firms — and their clients — to deal with several challenges at the same time.