Information management and technology assurance

Bob Glatz, CPA, CGMA

Getting ahead of the curve with data analytics and artificial intelligence can help accounting professionals succeed as trusted business advisers, according to Bob Glatz, CPA, CGMA.

How to hire an ethical hacker

Rob Goldberg, a principal at Deloitte, offers advice on why companies should hire an ethical hacker and how such a hacker can bolster cybersecurity.

The human skill CPAs need to leverage technology

As technology provides more and more real-time business information, CPAs will have the opportunity to provide valuable business advice to clients. To do that, however, CPAs need to ask the right questions of the right people to understand how the client’s business really functions, advises Amy Vetter, CPA/CITP, CGMA, CEO, The B3 Method Institute.

Don’t be scared of the robots; embrace them

While some view robotics and automation as a threat to accounting jobs, technology expert Amy Vetter, CPA/CITP, CGMA, sees these technologies helping accountants do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.

CPAs’ route to high-tech starts in the cloud

The ability to access data and applications through the internet is essential for CPAs and their employers to leverage technology advances such as robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, and blockchain, explains technology expert Amy Vetter, CPA/CITP, CGMA, CEO, The B3 Method Institute.

12 common technology mistakes you should avoid

A typical technology review can uncover dozens of technological shortcomings at your organization. This article describes 12 common shortcomings and offers advice for avoiding them.

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The technology assessment engagement

Are you working with the best technology? Do you know how to help your clients determine if their technology stack measures up? In this free report, J. Carlton Collins, CPA, explains how to answer those questions via a technology assessment engagement.

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Maximizing the higher education tax credits

A counterintuitive strategy can save taxes by including otherwise excludable scholarships in gross income.