Here are some ways CPAs and their firms are keeping their bodies — and brains — fed during this extended tax season.
Firm Practice Management
A career expert and three CPAs who have successfully built their brand share some advice.
The AICPA is requesting that all licensed or registered CPA firms be exempted from forthcoming rules that require beneficial ownership information to be reported by small businesses to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
As firm leaders prepare for a post-pandemic work world, they should take care to plot a path that steers clear of potential pitfalls — four of which are explored in this article.
We pull back the curtain on the claim process and highlight what to expect if you face this unfortunate situation.
Sue Coffey was promoted to CEO–Public Accounting for the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants.
This article discusses how CPAs should plan for and expect significant organic growth based on the transformation that occurred due to the pandemic.
There are many legal and human resources considerations firms must weigh before crafting a vaccine policy for their staff.
This article offers tips to help firms succeed at virtual recruiting.
In 1971, 50 years after the first Black CPA received his license, Elmer J. Whiting Jr. became the first Black partner of one of the nation’s largest accounting firms. His achievement helped to influence and inspire his firm, his community and ambitious professionals following his footsteps.
African Americans are still underrepresented in the accounting profession: Only 2% of CPAs are Black. In this second part of a two-episode podcast, we look at what the profession can do to increase the number of Black CPAs.
Some accounting firms prepared for the 2021 busy season by staffing up and offering more flexible work options for employees dealing with family issues during the pandemic.
Companies should consider benefits and challenges of hiring workers outside their geographic area.
We take a look at the remarkable accomplishments of Black CPAs in the 20th century, featuring the testimony of two CPAs who witnessed Black CPA history firsthand: Ruth Harris, the first Black female CPA in Virginia, and Frank Ross, one of the founders of the National Association of Black Accountants.
This article offers tips on balancing empathetic leadership with critical business goals.
CPAs share their thoughts on how to help clients through changes in households.
CPAs are knowledgeable about their small business clients’ financial conditions and emotionally removed enough from the organizations to help business leaders see what they often would rather avoid.
In 1943, Mary T. Washington Wylie became the nation’s first Black woman to earn the CPA license. Her life illustrates the difference that one enterprising professional can make for many future generations.
This article offers strategies for dealing with burnout at your accounting firm.
Hear a conversation with Lara Abrash, CPA, chair and CEO of Deloitte & Touche LLP, on diversity, along with updates on provisions of the stimulus bill and more.