The Georgia Society of CPAs (GSCPA) recently held its third annual financial literacy day this month. The volunteer event, Millennial Money, gave certified CPAs in the state the opportunity to teach eighth-grade students the importance of saving and budgeting.
As CPA firms and their clients continue to adapt to the cloud and innovations in practice management, the Digital CPA Conference, celebrating its fourth year, looks to help CPAs stay on top of the tech that drives business in 2015.
The AICPA announced on Monday the 2015 winners of three different accounting curriculum awards. Each award comprises the Effective Learning Strategies Awards, awarded annually to educators who demonstrate innovative teaching in one of three educational levels: introductory, upper level, and graduate.
Conversations can make all the difference in the world. There are conversations that can change your perspective or conversations that freak you out so much you walk away and put your head back in the sand.
The AICPA announced last week that they will be working in conjunction with the Lebanese Association of Certified Public Accountants (LACPA) as part of their commitment to work with their Middle Eastern counterparts. The Institute will look to share their resources promoting professional expertise and enhanced quality of services.
A new Accountemps survey found that about one in three professionals become more productive as the holiday season approaches. Thirty-two percent of polled workers said they become more productive the week before a major holiday, while twenty-two percent of professionals reported that their output decreases.
The AICPA Peer Review Board announced on Wednesday that they’ve issued an exposure draft outlining proposed changes to their current standards for performing and reporting on peer reviews.
CPA Australia recently announced the launch an educational app to help improve the financial literacy of children in Cambodia. In a partnership with Australian international aid organization CUFA, the CPA Australia Count4Kids Cambodia App was launched in Chhouk village, Kampong Chhnang province, in central Cambodia.
With Thanksgiving only a week away, and the holiday season right afterwards, the spirit of giving is in the air. But it might surprise some to learn that community service could also be helping one's career. According to a new Robert Half survey, approximately 41 percent of U.S. professionals said they volunteer outside of work.
The AICPA has found that women more often attain partnerships within the CPA profession at smaller firms - comprised of 20 accounting professionals or less - according to new research.