To be prepared for the future, accountants need to develop technical competencies, people skills and an agile mindset, the AICPA’s Clar Rosso said during the spring meeting of the AICPA governing Council.
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Technological advancements have made it necessary for professionals and leaders to develop new skills to help their organizations thrive.
The technology can help empower existing professionals, not necessarily remove them, particularly in specialist fields.
Rescue productivity with app-aided time management.
A reader questions the long-term effectiveness of this software for retirement planning.
The author developed a crude test in an attempt to detect performance throttling based on your computer's date.
Self-review and management participation threats are addressed.
The author's thoughts on social media, auto volume and Twitter.
How to use Excel's new Cube-based functions and conversion tools to convert a PivotTable to a formula-based report.
How to insert a nonbreaking space character in Microsoft Word.
In the accounting technology industry, machine learning systems are already working in the background.
Thanks to numerous technological advances, many routine accounting and finance tasks are likely to be automated in the near future.
A new tool can help board members understand what questions to ask in their oversight of cybersecurity risk management.
Four of out five respondents say they’ve changed their behavior in response to the threat of cyberbreaches affecting credit card and debit card processing systems.
A survey reveals how many times we check our phones, how many of us think we use our phones too much, and more.
A new report describes the changes that may be coming and how CPAs can take advantage of new opportunities the technology may provide.
What will accounting firms and accounting departments look like after lower-level, repetitive tasks are automated and unprecedented amounts of data can be mined for business insights? That topic takes center stage in the second part of our annual accounting technology roundtable podcast.
The challenge for organizations is to not make the security questions so difficult that users are unable to remember their answers later.
This Technology Workshop illustrates how to leverage a number of functions to perform calculations in Excel involving the time value of money.
Microsoft has made several improvements to Excel 2016's PivotTables.