The past few years have given us a deep appreciation for how quickly the unexpected can upend our assumptions. And there's no question that uncertainty — around everything from inflation and macroeconomic volatility to geopolitical tensions and regulatory shifts — has dominated discussions at organizations in all industries and regions.
Alongside a majority positive outlook, nearly all CFOs are preparing for at least a mild recession, according to a Deloitte survey.
The AICPA Professional Ethics Executive Committee (PEEC) released for public comment two exposure drafts to align the Code of Professional Conduct with international standards and to clarify members' ethical responsibilities when allowable collaboration for CPE crosses the line into cheating.
With cyberattacks becoming more frequent, now is the time for CFOs to shore up their cybersecurity programs and strategies.
The Employee Retention Credit (“ERC”), originally enacted under the 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) and as subsequently amended, was designed to encourage businesses to keep employees on their payroll through a refundable tax credit based on qualified wages. Like many other credits, businesses claiming an ERC must reduce the deduction for salary and wages by the amount of the credit received.
As ChatGPT's trendiness questions the value of some parts of the workforce, the value of human intuition is also up for debate.
CFOs have much to learn from the rapidly expanding, highly profitable industry.
There is a widening gap between the skills employers need and those workers have, recent AICPA & CIMA research found.
With the smallest, most tech-focused generation ever entering the workforce, experts say changes must be made to draw Gen-Z candidates.
Preserving training budgets is a proactive way to help employees take on new responsibilities and perform at their peak.
Women and racial and ethnic minorities continue their rise to executive roles, although the percentages remain low. The percentage of CFOs who are women hit an all-time high last year, and the number of female CFOs has almost doubled over the past 10 years, according to the Crist Kolder Volatility Report.
Paul N. Iannone, CPA, J.D., MST, and Danny A. Pannese, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA, CSEP, MST, both associate professors in the Jack Welch College of Business & Technology at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, wrote the Tax Advisor magazine cover story: 10 good reasons why LLCs should not elect to be S corporations.
Legislative leaders are considering calling a special session after the November election
Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island and two other Senate Democrats have filed legislation that would establish new SEC registration triggers for certain large private companies.
By Timothy P. Hedley, PhD, CPA, CFF, CFE, Executive in Residence – Fordham University, CTCPA Chair-elect, and ESG Committee Chair
The crush of 30,000 applications for a $30 million program to compensate Connecticut workers who couldn’t work from home at the beginning of the pandemic is expected to be fully functional by the end of the week.
We designed this definitive guide to help you become a virtual work culture guru.
A Deloitte survey finds that C-suite leaders are beginning to take wellbeing more seriously, and that could serve everyone well – including leaders themselves.
Finance will have to learn to trust technology more and obsess over data accuracy less, say Gartner analysts.
The latest annual Deloitte Gen Z and Millennial survey rates cost of living, climate change, and work/life balance among younger workers’ top concerns.