The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) recently held their first September exam sessions, involving more than 1,850 students who completed their final papers and became closer to fully becoming finance professionals.
Finance and accounting staffing resource Accounting Principals has released their annual Salary Guide, providing professionals with their most current salaries and job descriptions across the country.
A "working interview" may land you your next hire, according to a recent Accountemps survey. More than one-third (34 percent) of polled CFOS said that having an initially temporary candidate can provide great insight into whether or not they fit into the company culture.
The AICPA announced their 2015 Leadership Academy graduating class on Thursday. The 37 future leaders of the profession participated in an intensive four-day program in Durham, N.C., which ended last week.
The Bonadio Group's office in Syracuse, NY recently held their "2015 Great Office Chair Race" event this past week. Business teams put on a high speed race on Oct. 5 for charity. The team representing Hospice of Central New York placed 1st and raised $1000 for their efforts.
While recognizing the increasing popularity of the continuing professional education (CPE) format known as “Nano-Learning” - which awards a fraction of a credit through a 10-minute lesson and evaluation - the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) urged CPAs in an Oct. 1 comment letter to not rely on nano courses for the majority of their credits.
The AICPA announced on Wednesday that 15 students transitioning from community colleges to four-year universities have been granted the AICPA Foundation Two Year Transfer Scholarship award. Part of the AICPA’s Legacy Scholars program, the award rewards students attending two-year colleges with a declared intent to major in accounting at a four-year college or university.
Clarion University of Pennsylvania recently announced their Master of Science in accounting program was approved by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Board of Governors.
Connecticut CPA firm BlumShapiro announced today that it will partner with Christian Community Action (CCA) for the fourth consecutive year to provide Thanksgiving Day meals to more than 2,000 families and seniors in New Haven.
In preparation for the 2016 filing season, the New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA) is sharing six tips to help you prepare as part of its new Get Money Smart financial literacy initiative: