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Tax law changes eligible for REG testing
The "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" ( Public Law No. 115-97 ) becomes eligible for testing in the CPA Exam's Regulation (REG) section on January 1, 2019. The AICPA first shared this information with candidates in February as it began integrating and...
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The New Performance Review: Shorter And More Than Once A Year, Survey Says
The performance review is getting a makeover, suggests new research from staffing firm OfficeTeam. More than half of companies (51 percent) have updated their performance appraisals in the past two years. Top changes include making the process...
Working group considers changes to CPA licensing requirements
A working group is exploring possible changes to the CPA licensure requirements that would incorporate the skills and competencies in areas such as technology and data analytics that increasingly are needed in practice and business.
AICPA Survey: Americans Favor Workplace Benefits 4 to 1 over Extra Salary
When it comes to finding the perfect job, a newly published American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) survey of 2,026 U.S. adults, among whom 1,115 were employed, suggests it’s about a lot more than the money. And with three in ten employed adults (29...
Keep your inbox from running your workday
Before you hit reply, read this: A recent survey found that knowledge workers spend an average of 17 hours each week sending and answering business emails. And all that email is taking a toll.
Finance Leaders Look To Consultants For Specialized Skills And Expertise
Consultants play a key role in the labor model for the digital age. A new Robert Half Management Resources survey reveals 50 percent of CFOs plan to bring in these professionals for business systems and performance improvement initiatives over...
Employers And Workers Not In Sync On Popular Office Perks
Companies today use extras to attract and retain top talent, but are they offering the perks employees want most? According to research from global staffing firm Robert Half, flexible work schedules, a compressed workweek and the ability to...
Research Shows Gen Z is Still Interested in an Accounting Career Path
Is accounting still a relevant and attractive career path? As it turns out, yes. According to a recent report by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), “Make Way for Gen Z: Identifying What Matters Most to the Next Generation,” a...
Flexible Work Arrangements Lead to Better Performance, According to Creative Managers
Working longer hours fewer days a week could be good for business, according to new research from staffing firm The Creative Group. Half of advertising and marketing hiring decision makers (50 percent) surveyed feel productivity would increase if...