Accounting

InfoTech Update

CPA IT news and information

InfoTech Update

Published in partnership with: AICPA Information Technology

How predictive analytics can improve performance

9/30/2014

  • AICPA Insights

Predictive analytics can answer detailed questions that may escape more traditional financial analysis, such as "How likely is my portfolio to fluctuate dramatically next month, given that volatility … Read More

BusIndNews

Accounting and finance news for business, industry and government

BusIndNews

Published in partnership with: American Institute of CPAs

What does it take to pass the CGMA exam?

10/14/2014

  • AICPA Insights

Whether you need to take the CGMA exam or not, you might be interested in its key features, structure and format. The exam's unique, strategic, case-study format is designed to assess problem-solving … Read More

CPA Letter Daily

The latest CPA news

CPA Letter Daily

Published in partnership with: American Institute of CPAs

Some U.S. employers trying to avoid health-law penalties

10/22/2014

  • Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model), The

Employers are increasingly trying to enroll workers in Medicaid and pursue other strategies as penalties for failure to provide health care coverage are set to begin next year. Some companies are look… Read More

Financial Planning Digest

The latest news for CPA personal financial planners

Financial Planning Digest

Published in partnership with: American Institute of CPAs

What you need to know about contingent fees

10/20/2014

  • AICPA Insights

A U.S. District Court recently ruled on the issue of contingent fees for CPAs, finding that the preparation of an ordinary refund claim was not "practice" before the Internal Revenue Service subject t… Read More

Inclusion Solutions

News on diversity and inclusion for the accounting profession

Inclusion Solutions

Published in partnership with: American Institute of CPAs

How to deal with mental illness in the workplace

10/8/2014

  • HR Magazine

Untreated mental illness in the workplace costs U.S. employers as much as $100 billion each year, according to the National Business Group on Health. Early detection and treatment of mental illness ca… Read More