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Many Finance Execs Like Way Economy Is Heading: Survey

For the first time since 2006, more than 50 percent of CFOs believe the economy will show signs of improvement over a six-month span rather than remain the same or worsen, according to a new study from Grant Thornton LLP.
Practice

How to Be One of the Gang

If you want to form a stronger relationship with office co-workers, or simply get to know them more quickly, you have many strategies. You can also up your friendship quotient in the office.
A&A

Finance Teams’ Roles Continue to Expand: AICPA Survey

The responsibilities of the CFO and other finance professionals have moved beyond corporate accounting and financial reporting, and now include strategic business planning, IT development, and cybersecurity, among other areas.
A&A

FASB Fills Hole in Stock Compensation Accounting Rules

The standard-setting board last week finalized new accounting guidance on stock compensation – specifically on how to account for share-based payments, which is absent from current US GAAP.
Practice

JDJ Resources Corp. Leaders Split from Rothstein Kass

The founders of JDJ Resources Corp. said on Wednesday they have left the Rothstein Kass Family Office Group to launch JDJ Family Office Services, which will provide administrative multifamily office and personal CFO services.
Practice

Two Large Ohio Cities Most Tax-Friendly for US Businesses: Study

According to a new KPMG report, the top five US cities with populations above 2 million that have the most favorable tax climate for businesses are Cincinnati, Cleveland, Atlanta, Baltimore, and Pittsburgh.
Education & Careers

Four Steps to Delegating Effectively

Hand off work to others with finesse and success. Kristen Rampe, CPA will share how to ensure delegated work is properly handled from start to finish in this content-rich one hour webinar.
Practice

How to Put the 'Fun' in 'High Functioning'

Yes, we all work hard, but we shouldn't forget how to have fun at work. It's not just about being generous to employees; fun teams are more productive. Becoming fun is serious business.
Practice

How to Use the Child Care Credit in the Summer

The school year is over, and now your clients' children are around. Not to worry: parents get tax credits for summertime daycare, but there are specific rules and limitations.
Practice

Why Extending R&D Credit Should Matter to Small Businesses

Despite the credit’s current uncertainty in Congress, experts say that small business owners should pay attention to lawmakers’ discussions because of the provisions the tax break could provide their companies once a compromise is reached.
Practice

Working the Cloud: The Next Steps

While it's always good to be flexible when getting started, there are some critical things you should decide in order to maximize your potential and delight your ideal clients.
Practice

AAM Marketing Ideas: The Niche Strategy

If you want to earn a commanding presence in a target market, the clients need to know that you understand their unique concerns and that you are an expert in their sector. Professional alliances are the key.
Practice

How to Become a Retail CPA

Retailers have a different outlook on the client servicing process. CPAs would do well to emulate them, rather than just focusing on getting the work out and charging the most possible.
A&A

FASB Tweaks Rule on Repo Agreements

New guidance issued by the standard-setting board on Thursday changes the accounting for repurchase-to-maturity transactions and repurchase financings, and adds two new disclosure requirements.
A&A

FASB Simplifies Rule on Development Stage Entities

New guidance issued on Tuesday reduces the overall cost and complexity associated with financial reporting for development stage entities, without lessening the availability of relevant information.
A&A

PCAOB Backs New Auditing Standard on Related Parties

The new guidance adopted on Tuesday focuses on related-party transactions, significant unusual transactions, and a company’s financial relationships and transactions with its executive officers – key factors in many financial reporting frauds.
Practice

How to Become a Temporary Accountant

The financial labor force has changed, and now adaptable accountants can make a solid career by working as long-term temps, lowering job risk without sacrificing career growth or pay. "Temporary" may be the new name of the game.
Practice

How to Prospect While Volunteering at a Nonprofit

Accountants are always welcome members on the boards of nonprofits, and it's a chance to mix some business development with good works. But a soft-sell is essential.
A&A

Companies Shelling Out More Money to Finance Executives

Salaries for finance leaders in private and public companies in 2014 have increased 3.3 percent and 3.4 percent, respectively, according to a new survey released by Grant Thornton and the Financial Executives Research Foundation.
Practice

Intuit Injects Note of Caution on Cloud

Although the venerable accounting technology giant is onboard with the cloud, it advises firms to give a lot of thought and to take care of the details before making the move.

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