Within HR and employment law AI will change the way we work, but it will not eliminate the need for expert, professional advice on specialist or complex issues.
Lots of businesses have claimed the Employee Retention Credit who don't actually qualify for it — and in many cases it's going to be up to their accountants to set them right. Randy Crabtree of Tri-Merit Tax Specialty Tax Professionals and the Unique CPA podcast dives into how you can know if a client qualifies, as well as the intricacies of some other major tax credits.
The results are in! The public accounting profession’s premier benchmarking tool helps firms understand how they perform compared to others and better manage their business. Firms are able to benchmark their operations with those similar in size and region and also against top-performers, through a dynamic survey platform.
In honour of Black History Month, Will Cole chats with Deloitte director Ololade Adesanya on how her experiences in accountancy have helped her to be successful in the profession and how firms can better support those from underrepresented backgrounds.
Connecticut has passed four directives regarding CPA Exam credit retention.
The onslaught of client requests related to COVID-19 overwhelmed many small firms, creating a new norm that didn't ease at the same pace as the pandemic.
Despite widespread reports of declines in accounting students, Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, is defying the trend and seeing accounting enrollments growing dramatically.
You're probably not as worried about cybersecurity as you should be. The threat to firms from cybercriminals is literally constant. There are three basic cybersecurity outcomes for firms in case of an attack. One is a disaster. Would your firm survive?
New England Managing Partner Virtual Roundtable
8:30am - 10:00am
MassCPAs is excited to host the first virtual New England Managing Partner Roundtable in partnership with the Connecticut Society of CPAs, Maine Society of CPAs, New Hampshire Society of CPAs, and Rhode Island Society of CPAs. This session will include a facilitated discussion on two practice management issues that are top of mind to leaders in accounting - the impacts and opportunities of artificial intelligence (AI) and the profession's workforce development challenges, especially during this time where the use of emerging technology is increasinagly accelerating. The virtual roundtable will serve as a new opportunity to connect and collaborate with your peers across the region to share best practices, discuss trends and prepare for the future. Free for CTCPA members.