The American Institute of CPAs’ “Inclusion 2.0: Getting from Intent to Impact” aims to inform attendees on building a more inclusive firm.
Four recent actions gave me insights into the changing business models of the accounting business.
PricewaterhouseCoopers agreed to settle SEC charges for engaging in improper professional conduct with 15 audit clients.
The business journal honored 77 women working in professional services firms in the New York City metropolitan area.
The annual list recognizes thought leaders, decision-makers, standard-setters and others who are shaping the future of the profession.
The Internal Revenue Service had a difficult time coming out with guidance, forms and instructions for provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act like GILTI.
The new standard promises to give accountants a leg up in providing litigation support services.
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Democratizing tech can reduce fear and enhance jobs in tax and accounting.
The Virginia Society of CPAs also marked Virginia CPA Week across the state.