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Most Professionals Like Listening To Music At Work And Are More Productive When They Do, Survey Shows
Silence may be golden, but most workers feel they're more productive at the office when listening to music, new research from staffing firm Accountemps shows. Eighty-five percent of survey respondents who are able to do so say they enjoy turning...
AICPA, NASBA and Prometric Announce U.S. CPA Exam to Be Administered in Europe
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, and Prometric are pleased to announce the administration of the Uniform CPA Examination® (Exam) will be expanded to test sites in England, Germany,...
Are You Underpaid? Survey Released With Robert Half 2019 Salary Guides Finds 46 Percent Of Workers Feel Shortchanged
There's good news and bad news when it comes to how satisfied U.S. workers are with their compensation. The good: 49 percent of professionals surveyed by global staffing firm Robert Half feel they are paid fairly at their jobs. The bad: 46...
Report: CT student borrowers' debt rises 35% in '17
Connecticut's college graduates in 2017 had the sixth-highest average student loan debt in the U.S., according to a new report. The report by student lending marketplace LendEDU says the average debt per borrower in Connecticut was $31,643, a...
Meeting Of The Minds: Workers And Executives Dread Wasted Time, Disengagement
Love 'em or hate 'em, meetings are an essential platform for sharing information, brainstorming new ideas and collaborating as a team. But are they always necessary? It doesn't seem so, finds new research from Accountemps. Professionals surveyed...
Beyond The Numbers: Financial Executives' Roles Continue To Expand
Financial leaders continue breaking the mold and expanding their influence throughout their organizations. In a Robert Half Management Resources survey, finance executives most frequently reported their roles have grown over the past three years...
CPAs’ top 5 questions about blockchain, cryptocurrencies
Tax ramifications, smart contracts, and job security are among the issues top of mind for accountants.
Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature - Embracing Ambition: Women in Accounting Leadership
Taking a deeper dive into some of the profession’s “fearless leaders” and the programs and initiatives they’re helping take shape.
State Boards Consider Technology Pathway
Attendees at NASBA’s Eastern and Western Regional Meetings are being asked to consider the concept of a Technology Pathway leading to the CPA license. Executive Vice President Colleen Conrad and Vice President – State Board Relations Dan Dustin...
New pay-equity law aims to close CT's gender wage gap
By several key measures, women have made great strides in the workforce over the past 40 years. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the proportion of women with college degrees has more than tripled since the 1970s; labor force...