AICPA Americans Have Money Moves to Make in Wake of Fiscal Cliff
The AICPA published Save Wisely, Spend Happily to help Americans get on better financial footing and do the analysis necessary in the wake of the fiscal cliff.
Published on January 03, 2013
AICPA Survey Many Baby Boomers See Retirement Delayed at least 4 Years
Half of Baby Boomer clients who have postponed retirement due to the economic downturn expect to work at least four years longer than they originally planned, according to CPA financial planners surveyed by the AICPA.
Published on February 16, 2011
Americans Reconcile with Financial Hardship, According to AICPA Survey
Financial hardship is redefining the American dream. A new survey conducted for the American Institute of CPAs by Harris Poll shows that although three out of four U.S. adults (74 percent) believe they are worse off or about the same financially as they were a year ago, stress levels about
Published on April 08, 2014
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 April 28, 2010
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
AICPA Survey Money Among Lowest Priorities in Talks Between Parents, Kids
3 in 10 parents never talk to their kids about money or have had only one big talk; on average, kids are 10 years old when parents have first financial conversation
Published on August 09, 2012
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
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