Worldwide, CEOs, CFOs, and senior management accountants have an increasingly negative outlook for the global economy, according to the CGMA Global Economic Forecast released by the AICPA and the CIMA.
The recent National Foundation for Credit Counseling online poll allowed consumers to select their greatest financial regret. Of more than 2,200 respondents, 53 percent indicated that habitually overspending was what they most regret.
Findings from the latest Randstad Engagement Index show finance and accounting employees believe the job market is going to pick up, and when it does, many plan to leave their current positions for a better job.
Results of the IPT's Elder Investment Fraud and Financial Exploitation Survey reveal that 84 percent of respondents who deal with investment fraud/financial exploitation of senior citizens agree that the problem is getting worse.
The FAF, the oversight body of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), is seeking interested stakeholders who would like to be considered to participate in a post-implementation review (PIR) survey of FASB Statement No. 131, Disclosures about Segments of an Enterprise and Related Information.
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) Private Companies Practice Section (PCPS), in partnership with the Texas Society of CPAs, is now gathering data for its much-anticipated 2012 benchmarking survey ? the National Management of an Accounting Practice (MAP) Survey.
A new survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports for the Consumer Federation of America ? the COUNTRY Financial Security Index - shows a gap between what Americans think they're spending and what's happening in reality.
MetLife has released its "Tenth Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends," the results of which confirm that despite uncertain and shifting times, the potential of benefits to help attract and retain talent and improve employee productivity are stronger than ever.
There's little doubt most young adults are obsessed with their digital devices and the latest technology that helps them use those devices. In fact, three times as many young adults check their social media accounts daily as check their bank accounts, according to the results of a national telephone survey conducted for the AICPA.
Job search engine Simply Hired has published the results of its survey of college students who are graduating this spring. The results show the mindset of many of the students who are about to join (or try to join) the workforce.
To commemorate National Financial Literacy Month, a national telephone poll of 1,005 adults was conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA). The purpose of the survey was to find out what one habit poll participants would most likely forego in a financial pinch.