Finding Qualified Job Candidates Getting Tougher
Nearly half of CFOs and others who responded to an AICPA survey said competition for good candidates has increased.
Sloppy Benefit Plan Audits Putting Employers at Risk
After 45 days, major deficiencies in employee benefit plan audits start costing employers $1,100 per day in fines.
A Quarter of Finance Execs See Cuts in Cash Holdings
Growth in corporate cash slowed considerably in 2014, and an AICPA survey suggests that trend will continue over the next year.
CPAs Cite Hiring, Retention As Most Pressing Issue
All but the smallest accounting firms are tightly focused on finding and keeping talent.
Is Private Company GAAP a Threat?
FASB struggles with changes that would make private company financial reporting easier – but only if the company remains private.
How to Get Better at Management Accounting
The AICPA and CIMA introduce a practical guide for making sure all the bases are covered.
CFOs Can Move the Needle on Cyber-Security
They don't have to be technical experts to play a big role in keeping sensitive data safe, says CFO Valerie Rainey.
Obamacare Spawns Business Execs’ Pessimism
CFOs and other business execs with the certification expect health-care outlays to rise more than any other business expense over the next 12 months, a new study finds.
Despite Bullish Outlook, Companies Won’t Hire
A new AICPA survey of CPAs, including CFOs and other senior executives, reveals bullishness on the economy but a lack of enthusiasm on hiring.
Audit Standards Might Get a Makeover
The PCAOB is proposing a reorganization of its auditing standards in the hope that they will be easier to follow by both auditors and educators.