Getting Your Message Across in 140 Characters
Thanks to a lot of texts and a little bit of Twitter, the de facto standard for today’s communications is only 140 characters – hardly enough time to even get noticed and get your point across. Review these proven tips on how to communicate effectively...
Published on May 18, 2011
New IFRS Certificate Program
The AICPA's IFRS Certificate Program enables CPAs to demonstrate their knowledge of IFRS to current and potential employers and clients in the expanding and increasingly open global marketplace.
Published on April 15, 2011
Tax Benefits and Other Concerns for Expats
No matter where you live, worldwide income for U.S. citizens and resident aliens is subject to U.S. taxes. However, those who work and live abroad may qualify for some special tax breaks. Find out what they are in this informative article.
Published on August 15, 2012
12 Tips to Better PowerPoint Presentations
In December, we offered several tips and tricks for more effective presentations. Readers asked for help in making their PowerPoint presentations more effective. Here is some very useful advice to turn your presentations from “Ho-hum” to “Wow, do I see your point.”
Published on February 09, 2012
Whats the Custom
Did you know that you should avoid discussing over-sensitive topics with Swedes, while in France, displays of warmth and generosity between business associates are not the norm? Whether you’re doing business in person, long distance or by e-mail, avoid embarrassment by reading this quick primer on what you need to
Published on August 14, 2012
Obtaining the CGMA Designation A Global Perspective
What’s the Certified Global Management Accounting (CGMA) designation all about—and how can hit help you? Several young CPAs discuss how the CMGA provided a boost to their career, improved their knowledge, and positioned them for additional opportunities in their companies.
Published on September 06, 2013
Pay Attention to Your Financial Health
You do what you can to advise others on maintaining their financial health, but are you taking your own advice and securing your financial future? You’ll want to consider many options, including health insurance, long-term disability, and 401(k) and investment plans.
Published on October 19, 2011
5 Tech Tools to Work Remotely and Stay on Task
Whether you telecommute or travel for work, chances are you’re going to work remotely at some point in time. Thanks to the cloud, technology has advanced in ways that make phrase “anywhere-anytime” entirely possible. Here are 5 ways to work remotely through technology and even some old-fashioned common sense.
Published on December 13, 2013
Four Pillars of Effective Leadership
True leadership is never based on formal authority. The best business leaders model behavior and leverage informal networks and passive persuasion to harness cross-organization energy and affect positive change. This article discusses four pillars of effective leadership.
Published on September 24, 2012
Quirky Careers in Accounting Chicken Counter
...careers in accounting. Meet Jamie McCoy, who not only had to count chickens, but also take as many as 10 showers a day in order to maintain prescribed health standards
Published on May 15, 2012