Communicating financial stability and strengthening policies and procedures are two areas where CPAs can help not-for-profits, according to Andrew Prather, CPA, CGMA, an audit shareholder at Clark Nuber.
The changes tie risk management with strategic planning.
Creating a winning product or service and a sound long-term strategy will help a company attract investors, according to a new survey by the Center for Audit Quality.
According to a recent survey, 23% of professionals have regrets about exiting a former job, and six in 10 workers would consider rejoining a previous employer.
Capable accountants will be needed to oversee and use advanced technology.
This article discusses what frontline managers can do to help women build skills and bolster aspiration and confidence.
This column discusses the financial impact of the fourth industrial revolution and why CPAs need to prepare for changes.
Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority CFO Scott Adair, CPA, CGMA, describes how he covers skills gaps in the public transportation sector.
Automation is inevitable, but its impact won’t be felt evenly across the globe.
The update of the 2004 framework highlights the importance of enterprise-wide risk management in strategic planning.
Here’s what employers need to do to hire and retain good employees, and what candidates need to do to land a position in a competitive talent market.
The emerging discipline of tax information and operations management could change the role of tax professionals from one focused on compliance to one essential to creating value.
Not-for-profits can follow these tips to help volunteers give them a boost.
More U.S. organizations want to hire, and almost half have begun to offer higher pay or other financial incentives to bring candidates on board.
Blockchain could streamline how money moves between nations.
CPAs need to focus more on connecting with and influencing their management peers, not just the people above and below them.
There are powerful reasons why corporate finance teams should be key participants in their business’s sustainability journeys.
Accountants in all industries can play a meaningful role in the mitigation of model risk at their organizations.
Corporate boards’ scope of responsibilities continues to broaden, and directors’ confidence that they have what it takes to tackle the challenges is lagging.
Lauren Kovar, CPA/CITP, CGMA, director of Client Advisory & Strategy for Thomson Reuters, says executives have an opportunity to recognize their tax function not as a cost center but as a real driver of economic return and business value.