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by Jason Bramwell on Mar 19, 2015
The median salary also increased by $4,000 from 2013 to 2014 for US IMA members, according to a new salary study.
by Allegra Nagler on Mar 19, 2015
Research shows that CFOs may want to create a culture of increased autonomy—this can encourage employees to stay.
by Marc Linden on Mar 13, 2015
CFOs are no longer simply in charge of bill paying. They can now be key drivers of their corporations' futures.
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 12, 2015
Despite concerns about a shrinking internal auditor talent pool, 29% of chief audit executives expect to increase staffing in 2015.
by Bryce Sanders on Mar 10, 2015
It's no joke: your Baby Boomer clients learn financial lessons from the show that are applicable a century later.
by John Stokdyk on Mar 06, 2015
To help you get through the rest of the season, we've compiled an interactive list. Cast your vote for the best!
by Jason Bramwell on Mar 04, 2015
Weber State University in Utah had the lowest cost at $18,486, according to a new study by Accounting Degree Review.
by Deanna White on Mar 03, 2015
As we get into the toughest part of tax season, a few minutes of meditation can make you happier and more productive.
by Allegra Nagler on Mar 03, 2015
Companies need to move fast to attract the best staff, thanks to unemployment rates below national average.
by Jeff Davidson on Mar 02, 2015
We're all busy, especially this time of year, and sometimes the best solution is changing perspective.
by Terry Sheridan on Feb 25, 2015
If you want to make it big as a management accountant, you need just the right amount of public experience.
by Terry Sheridan on Feb 13, 2015
You don’t have to be a Big 4 firm to achieve recruitment success, if you know the right techniques.
by Terry Sheridan on Feb 11, 2015
Whether you’re an accounting student or an HR manager, internships can be a sweet deal—the devil's in the details.
by Terry Sheridan on Feb 05, 2015
According to a survey, only 31 percent of CFOs said that innovation is a strength of their employees.
by Caleb Newquist on Feb 03, 2015
There are a number of reasons why a traditional four-year undergraduate program is no longer adequate.