Looking for a new job? Proper preparation makes a big difference in how you present yourself to potential employers.
Hear from an accounting practice leader on what he learned from the movie The Shawshank Redemption, when he first knew he wanted to be an accountant, and why college students should begin building a networking base.
Accounting and finance professionals are in demand. If you’re contemplating a job change, think about these approaches to your next step.
Experts offer ways you can do everything in your power to make your exit as strong as your entrance.
A new program will create an on-the-job training path to a Chartered Global Management Accounting credential for aspiring accounting professionals.
One CPA leader shares more on being a lifelong learner and the advice she gives to up-and-coming accountants; another leader explains some of the opportunities that firms have to automate certain processes and begin to offer more advisory services.
Specific examples let staff know what changes they need to make.
AICPA leaders highlight the profession’s opportunities for CPAs from diverse backgrounds.
Forensic accounting and valuation professionals offer advice on how to leverage career and business development at a time of uncertainty.
Turning down requests isn’t easy, but it’s necessary for protecting your time.
Good leaders are open to ideas and understand that they don’t always have all the answers, according to Maxene Bardwell, CPA/CITP.
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.