The start of a new year always holds lots of possibilities. This year, we asked a handful of people what they think the top trends will be for accounting marketing. Here is what you should be watching and exploring in 2015.
Students from Purdue University North Central (PNC) tax and accounting classes are offering free assistance to the public over the next two months in preparing federal and state income tax returns. The program is designed to provide basic income tax return preparation to individuals with low to moderate incomes, individuals with disabilities, and the elderly.
Accounting Degree Review, a provider of information on accounting degree programs and other accounting-related topics, have released their 2015 affordability rankings for online master's degrees in accounting. The rankings highlight the thirty most affordable online accounting schools based on tuition and fees for out-of-state students enrolling in the 2014-2015 academic year.
Itís already started and I donít want to hear it. Itís that time of the year when CPAs are bragging about all the tax season work they do. This is what I have to say about that: get over it.
Brigham Young Universityís five-student team won top honors at the Deloitte FanTAXtic national tax case study competition earlier this month, receiving $2,000 in scholarships per student and a $10,000 institutional award. The Deloitte FanTAXtic finals included nine teams from colleges and universities across the U.S., top spot by working on a complex, issues-driven business tax case.
Accounting may be a profession mostly involving numbers, but for Lynn Hannan, a professor of accounting at the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University, factors such as psychology, sociology, and economics should also be a top priority.
UHY LLP announced today that it will donate $48,500 to support the 55th Annual Center for Disability Services Telethon at the Holiday Inn Albany (on Wolf Road) this Sunday, January 25.
According to new statistics gathered by the New York State Education Department, the number of New Yorkers obtaining a Certified Public Accounting license from the state remained constant, albeit lower, in 2014.
The AICPA has recognized Michael Goodman, founder of the Manhattan-based Wealthstream Advisors, as the recipient of the 2014 Personal Financial Planning Distinguished Service Award.
Last Thursday, BKR International announced the recipients of its annual International Scholarship, awarded to accounting students who look to be successful future leaders. Winners from around the globe received $3,000 to put towards obtaining their professional credentials.