A CPA leader, the subject of the October Last Word feature, shares her interest in the Harry Potter book series and why she sought better training for staff at a government agency.
This article offers tips for leaving your current job in a poised, professional, and polite manner.
In the world of online-based learning tools, it’s easier than ever for CPAs to improve their soft skills without leaving home.
Stephanie C. Palmertree, CPA, CGMA, explains how the Mississippi Office of the State Auditor overhauled its CPE system by training its own staff to teach.
Remote work grows in popularity for these public-sector finance jobs.
The director of the AICPA’s Professional Ethics Division explains the focus of three upcoming ethics exposure drafts and how the comment process has gotten easier.
A well-written cover letter can be the difference between winning or losing a job opportunity.
In today’s competitive global field, those who want to grow and move into leadership roles must demonstrate they’re willing to push themselves beyond their comfort zone to learn and try new things.
Eighty-nine CPA candidates received the 2020 Elijah Watt Sells Award for outstanding performance on the CPA Exam.
Three leaders in the accounting profession share how the profession should think about future-proofing itself and growing its pipeline of candidates.
A century after John W. Cromwell Jr. became the nation’s first Black CPA, Black role models continue to open doors in the profession.
Career experts discuss five ways to demonstrate your personal brand on LinkedIn and make your profile stand out.
We asked several CPAs what leadership books they’re reading right now to help them navigate the changing landscape.
The AICPA and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) have launched the CPA Evolution Model Curriculum (CPAEMC), a recommended blueprint for an accounting program designed to help educators prepare graduates for the changing demands of the CPA profession.
This article offers tips to make your emails direct and easy to read.
Regulatory agencies are popular employers for CPAs looking to use their analytical ability and financial know-how to ensure the integrity of financial reporting and auditing, protect consumers and investors, and maintain the fairness of financial markets.
This article discusses the four soft skills most prominent for professionals looking to improve their work and their employability.
Career advancement is more achievable for a person who has a plan and shares it with leadership, according to Jonyce Bullock, CPA.
If you’re planning to attend a virtual conference this year, try these four tips for maximizing learning, expanding your network, and achieving professional development.
Picking the right time and being ready to communicate your value can help you get to “yes.”