Audrey Katcher, CPA/CITP, CGMA, a partner with RubinBrown LLP, discusses ways technology is changing clients and what CPA firms need to do to keep up.
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Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk credited his accountants with making his ventures successful and shared lessons he learned from being an entrepreneur.
The employer is responsible for calculating the garnishment amount, withholding it through its payroll process, and forwarding payments to the correct agency or creditor.
Better planning and more efficient processes and procedures can help accountants, auditors and firms gain more profit from their attest engagements, consultant Alan W. Anderson, CPA, said at the AICPA ENGAGE 2018 conference.
For firms embracing the automation age, artificial intelligence requires smart thinking and human wisdom, Boomer Consulting’s Arianna Campbell and Marc Staut explained at the AICPA ENGAGE 2018 conference.
Figuring out what clients want can be a challenge for any CPA firm. But if you’re diligent in seeking feedback and take the time to listen, you’ll discover more opportunities to provide revenue-producing services.
Understanding candidates’ motivations and carefully crafting job descriptions can give employers an advantage in recruiting, says Sarah Dobek, the founder and president of Inovautus Consulting.
Tax practitioners usually get to enjoy some down time during the summer. But this year summer may be a little more hectic than usual thanks to the changes brought about by tax reform.
This article offers organizations and CPAs tips for handling unconscious biases to help develop a more inclusive atmosphere.
Permitting a client to use a CPA firm’s address exposes the firm to potential problems.
Switching from hourly billing to value pricing can reward tech-enabled efficiency.
New duties will require plenty of understanding and good communication.
The JofA’s annual technology roundtable looks into the future as blockchain, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, and robotic process automation fuel transformation in the accounting profession.
The article provides a glimpse into a future dominated by fast access to big data and driven by intelligent technology applications deployed by a new breed of CPA practices.
Three reasons why client engagement letters are essential, according to Deborah Rood, CPA.
Nancy Droesch, CPA, co-founder of WILLO LLC, explains what employers can do to make their women’s initiatives stronger and more successful.
The technology can help empower existing professionals, not necessarily remove them, particularly in specialist fields.
This data can help CPA firms evaluate and address professional liability risks in their practice.
Walter & Shuffain PC, a fast-growing firm in Boston, has fashioned a leadership development program to prepare its most promising people to advance.
Educating employees in a fun way about profitability paid dividends for one CFO and her company.