CPA firms today need more speed, agility, and power to deal with disruption, uncertainty, and clients’ quickly changing needs.
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Before launching a diversity and inclusion program, learn where your organization stands in terms of D&I. Tools such as the AICPA’s Accounting Inclusion Maturity Model can help you track your progress.
Cyberattackers remain unrelenting in adapting tactics to exploit human and technological vulnerabilities.
Alaska, Maine, and Oklahoma are the latest states to consider CPA firm mobility legislation, which allows CPA firms that meet certain licensing requirements to provide their services across state lines in order to serve clients without the need to obtain an additional license.
CPAs from across the country discuss what they're looking forward, the skills and technology they'd like to master, and the business opportunities they think might be available.
This article explores policies companies can put in place to support employees with children during this uniquely challenging time without sacrificing efficiency.
John W. Cromwell Jr., the son of a former slave, overcame many obstacles in his life to earn his place in history as the nation’s first Black CPA in 1921. His story is an inspiration and lesson in tenacity for future generations of Black accountants.
Founders of a fully virtual accounting firm share how accountants can succeed at working remotely now and after the pandemic is over.
This article discusses how one tech firm's team managed to raise $85 million in investor funding while working remotely during the pandemic.
Accounting firms are juggling competing client demands thanks to tax season coinciding with the reopening of the Paycheck Protection Program. How can firms keep from dropping the ball? It starts with taking the time to do the job right.
One company discusses how it found a way to magnify the strengths of remote work by employing a more informal check-in style and building on technology’s democratizing effects.
This article discusses ways to make giving remote feedback easier and more effective.
With employees now less centralized, organizations face greater challenges in growing the knowledge of the workforce.
Working from home isn’t going away even after the pandemic finally abates, so employers need to ensure they have a strategy that can stand the test of time.
CPAs recall the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it had on their work.
Learn what CPA firms can do (and should not do) to assist those defending tax professionals against professional liability claims.
Leaders of ethnic minority-owned firms offer tips for what small CPA firms can do to promote greater diversity.
The AICPA said Wednesday that it expects SBA and Treasury to open the Paycheck Protection Program’s application window to all lenders by Friday. The AICPA is also encouraging firms to advance the application process for small business clients seeking relief.
This article offers steps firms and individuals can take to make sure microaggressions are not part of their organization.
This article suggests practices that can aid in creating an effective fraud-mitigation plan.