If the stresses of the pandemic have you looking for a new job, consider these fixes before turning in your notice.
Accountants, it seems, like their offices more than most people. In a recent survey of close to 500 managers, executives and senior leadership in banking, financial planning, fintechs, financial services, accounting and other related industries, leaders at accounting firms were far more likely to be working full-time at their firms’ offices; much more likely to expect to keep their current office footprint after the end of the COVID-19 pandemic; and more likely to predict their employees will all be working full-time in their firms’ offices a year from now.
Accounting automation is an increasingly popular term in the finance space. Emerging tech in the forms of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and robotic process automation (RPA) promise to further transform many sectors.
Lara Abrash, the CEO of the U.S. audit and assurance business of Deloitte, and Deloitte partner Thalia Smith discuss why so many of the accounting profession's diversity, equity and inclusion efforts have met with little success, and what needs to happen going forward, as the Big Four firm rolls out a major initiative.
With the news that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is asking for feedback on its future research agenda, there is no shortage of important areas to address. That said, and not taking away from the other important topics, the case for the FASB to take up the question of developing crypto specific accounting standards is strong.
Per the bylaws, for an amendment to pass, the vote must carry a two-thirds favorable majority. Each of the proposals carried with a significantly higher percentage.
Soft skills are key to career advancement. One CPA at the forefront of recruitment and professional development shares tips for boosting these critical skills.
Gov. Ned Lamont acted Wednesday to simultaneously allow the state moratorium on evictions to lapse and apply new pressure on landlords to tap into the more than $400 million in COVID-19 pandemic relief available to cover unpaid rent in Connecticut.
Thoughtfully plotting how technology can help everyday operations will make a company even more attractive to top-tier talent.
CPA firms have traditionally been known for providing audit and tax services, but increasingly many Greater Hartford accountants have begun to offer, or are growing tech-centric advisory services.
Goldblatt Bokoff LLC is proud to announce the promotion of Amber L. Moore, CPA, to Partner.