Hello to the new AICPA Insights platform

We are excited to announce that we have just migrated AICPA Insights to a new home at future.aicpa.org. The new website will offer a more dynamic, user-oriented experience, and allow you to [...]

New world, new skills finance professionals need

Even before the pandemic, digital transformation and new ways of working were significantly influencing the skills and capabilities finance teams need. The coronavirus pandemic accelerated that [...]

3 steps NFPs can take to prepare for continued uncertainty

A year has passed since COVID-19 began its worldwide disruption, but the full effects have not yet been realized. The anniversary prompts us to pause and consider where we’ve been and where we’re [...]

How to implement diversity and inclusion throughout your firm

Embracing diversity and practicing inclusion is critical to the success of your firm. Welcoming different perspectives and creating a true sense of belonging for everyone is how you build strong [...]

AICPA & CIMA: Working harder than ever to help you stay ahead

One year ago, we were still in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Everything around us was changing, and the crisis thrust our profession into a new way of working seemingly overnight. In [...]

3 EBP audit considerations in 2021

I’m sure many of us relate to the “one-year-later” pandemic fatigue prominently featured in the news. I’ve heard from several members about difficulties connecting with and supervising remote [...]

How are states dealing with the unemployment benefit exclusion?

Millions of people lost their jobs and filed for unemployment benefits each week for the past year. There are10 million Americans still unemployed, according to the latest Labor Department [...]

CPAs are humans, too: Workplace relationships matter

A human experience I don’t love my job because of the work I do. I love my job because of who I work with and what we do for one another. The memorable moments in my career are not the audit [...]

Do colleges prepare future CPAs? Three key insights

Whether a professor has taught thousands of students throughout their career or is new to the classroom, they aim to give students a strong foundation in the relevant competencies [...]

The IRS should move the April 15 due date

“When a man is compelled to choose one of two evils, no one will choose the greater when he might have the less.” — Plato Well, here we are again — talking about tax busy season. It isn’t because [...]