Management Accounting

CFO optimism is declining as cost concerns rise

US CFOs have grown more pessimistic about the economy — thanks to increasing costs of goods and services, increasing energy costs, and supply chain challenges — according to a quarterly survey by Grant Thornton.

Kimberly Kirkendall, CPA

Kimberly Kirkendall, CPA, is president of international Resource Development Inc. in Cleveland.

Most US finance leaders see recession risk in year ahead

The CPA Outlook Index, an equally weighted, nine-component measure of sentiment, remained in positive territory, falling from 73 points to 67 points out of 100, but it was the fourth consecutive quarterly decline in economic outlook.

SEC proposes enhanced disclosures related to ESG

The SEC proposed amendments to rules and reporting forms to promote consistent, comparable and reliable information for investors concerning funds’ and advisers’ incorporation of environmental, social and governance factors.

Where to find October’s flipbook issue

The Journal of Accountancy is now completely digital. 

 

 

 

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