AICPA Names Three CPAs Recipients of 2011 Outstanding CPA in Government Awards
The 2011 recipients of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) “Outstanding CPA in Government” awards are Jeanette Franzel, CPA, of Washington, D.C., Pamela Sharp, CPA, of Bismarck, North Dakota, and John McCormac, CPA, of Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Published on August 24, 2011
AICPA Survey Four in Ten Working Americans Say Theyll Never Afford Retirement
Almost 40 percent of working Americans say they will never afford retirement, which, for the second year in a row, ranks as the nation’s most important financial concern, according to a telephone survey conducted for the AICPA by Harris Interactive
Published on April 13, 2011
Surging Business Use of Mobile Devices is Top Business IT Challenge AICPA Survey
The proliferation of smartphones, tablet computers and mobile devices in the workplace emerged for the first time as the top business technology concern for CPAs and financial executives, according to the 2011 Top Technology Initiatives Survey by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Published on February 15, 2011
Ways & Means Committee Chairman and Democratic National Committee Chair to Speak at AICPA Spring Meeting of Council - Ma...
Agenda for Spring Council 2011
Published on May 18, 2011
John W. Dean Receives AICPAs 2010 Public Service Award
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is pleased to announce that John W. Dean, CPA, CVA, ABV is the 2010 recipient of the Institute’s Public Service Award.
Published on May 24, 2011
Uninsured Medical Expenses Rival Retirement As Americans Top Financial Concern AICPA Survey
Uninsured medical expenses vie with retirement as the most pressing financial concern for Americans, according to a survey conducted for the AICPA by Harris Interactive.
Published on May 05, 2010
CPAs Underscore Importance of Transparency in Fiscal Matters in Capitol Hill Meetings
The need for greater transparency in government finances is a key message that more than 400 representatives of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and members of its governing council will bring to Capitol Hill.
Published on May 16, 2012
AICPA Survey Technology Has Made it Easier to Spend, Not Save
All those songs, games, apps, mobile connections and movie downloads are taking a toll on Americans’ wallets, with more than half of U.S. adults saying technology has made it easier to spend money and only 3 percent saying it has made it easier to save, according to a survey conducted
Published on April 18, 2012
AICPA Survey Just 17% of Young Adults Check Bank Accounts Daily
Three times as many young adults check their social media accounts daily as check their bank accounts, according to the results of a national telephone survey conducted for the American Institute of CPAs by Harris Interactive in recognition of National Financial Literacy Month
Published on April 25, 2012
New AICPA Survey Reveals Effects, Regrets of Student Loan Debt
Students go to college to get ahead, but many are falling behind in life’s next stages because of burgeoning school debt, according to a national telephone survey of student loan borrowers and their parents conducted for the American Institute of CPAs by Harris Interactive.
Published on May 09, 2013