Technology-savvy accounting professionals describe their old and new ways of doing things, and the pros and cons of those changes.
Firm practice management
Audit quality is improved when firm leaders personally model the exemplary behaviors that they say they value, according to a new study backed by the AICPA Assurance Research Advisory Group.
To survive change, CPAs need to be willing to alter business models and revamp legacy processes and services.
Three women CPAs explain how a pilot program that aimed for diversity and inclusion helped transform their midsize accounting firms.
CPAs offer advice on the processes and technology that help them effectively manage remote teams.
Annual meetings are a prime way for accountants to glean information that can affect tax strategy or to let clients know about other beneficial firm offerings.
Seeking professional help when the firm needs it is not as easy as it sounds.
When firms experience growth, it can be a challenge figuring out how to respond to the demands that come along with it.
Data analytics, blockchain, artificial intelligence, and other technologies will drive big changes in the accounting profession over the next 10 years. Are you ready for what’s next?
Cognitive impairment adds a difficult layer of complexity to a client’s financial plans. Here are steps CPAs can take to protect clients with dementia against fraud.
Small firms wishing to adopt new technologies should examine available services to determine which ones are the best fit for current systems, advises Daniel Moore, CPA.
These six tips can help optimize your work-from-home experience.
CPAs share their thoughts on how implementing certain steps in advance can minimize stress and make the most of the season.
Three entrepreneurial CPAs offer tips for succeeding with digital and marketing techniques.
Navigating the acquisition, onboarding, and integration of non-CPA professionals can be tricky.
A tax practice can weather demographic and technological changes by expanding its reach in financial planning. Tax knowledge gives CPAs an advantage when it comes to financial planning because almost every aspect of financial planning involves tax.
Fifty years after the AICPA’s anti-discrimination resolution, we look at the progress of diversity initiatives in the accounting profession.
A survey of accounting students reveals what they do and don’t look for in an employer and which recruiting practices they find most and least appealing.
CPAs are likely to proceed with caution next year amid unpredictable external forces. But technological innovation seems certain to continue its forward march.
Fentress Seagroves, deals partner for the U.S. with PwC, outlines the steps business owners can take to ensure a successful transition and discusses the many ways CPAs can support them during this process.