One of the fastest-growing practice niches among CPA firms over the past several years, forensic accounting has ushered in an era where CPAs are in constant demand for roles as expert witnesses and in other litigation support capacities. Now in the current economic crisis, forensic accounting has become an integral part of 'recovery teams' organized by CPA firms in an effort to help financially troubled clients navigate though uncertain times.
As forensic accounting continues to be among the most in-demand client services, firms who are mulling the addition of a forensics unit need to have the most effective and complete 'toolbox' to launch their practices. Hear from one of the countrys foremost experts as he tells you what you'll need to launch a forensics practice and how to operate one that's both effective and profitable.
Women Partners Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling: It's 2009, and, according to the American Institute of CPAs, only 23 percent of partners in accounting firms are women - a relatively low number considering the amount of women coming into the profession. In this webinar, find out why this is and what can be done to encourage more women to seek partner rank within their firms.
Learn how and why construction industry businesses can and should leverage accounting technology to gain a competitive advantage through stringent controls, transactional efficiency, and optimizing their limited project management resources.
The inevitable convergence of U.S. GAAP and International Financial Reporting Standards promises to be an involved and protracted process with various domestic and global regulatory organizations scrambling to include their guidelines and principles in the final mix. This sessions expert will explain what hurdles await standards convergence as well as what the profession should be doing now to prepare for life under IFRS.