The American Institute of CPAs has released new guidance in Q&A format on required supplementary information for audited financial statements.
The Center for Audit Quality and the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association are looking for academics who want access to audit firm personnel for their research projects.
Nearly half of accounting and finance professionals in a recent survey said they typically spend their lunch breaks eating alone, even though almost as many said they would rather have a coworker join them for lunch.
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If the recent revelation that the data breach in the IRS's Get Transcript app was much bigger than originally thought didn't scare you, you're not paying enough attention.
With an estimated 75 percent of CPAs expected to retire over the next 15 years, according to the AICPA, CPA firms are under pressure to recruit and retain a sufficient number of young accountants to keep the business going.
The causes behind Greece’s ever-worsening debt crisis have been attributed to different factors, including widespread tax evasion, harsh austerity measures, an underground economy, and predatory investment banks and hedge funds, but according to one expert, the main culprit is bad accounting.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board issued an accounting standards update on Wednesday deferring by one year the effective date of the converged revenue recognition standard that it released last year with the International Accounting Standards Board.
Accounting, tax and advisory firm CohnReznick recently hosted about 100 women executives to get them more accustomed to a common way to do business among generations of male executives.
The Georgia Society of CPAs is uniting accountants in the Peach State in a friendly competition to support Georgia’s eight regional food banks.