Community Through Committee Involvement
Executive committees and task forces are established through the AICPA Member Volunteer process. These committees and task forces are comprised of CPAs, like you, in business and industry, government or in not-for-profit organizations
Published on May 01, 2012
2014 Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Award Winner, Federal Level Ken Williams, CPA
2014 Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Award Winner, Federal Level: Kenneth Williams
Published on August 26, 2014
5 Tips for Training and Development
This article mentions five ways to get low cost training and development when training budgets and time are scarce.
Published on September 20, 2011
C.B. (Mike) Harreld
Mike Harreld is presently executive vice president and chief financial officer of Southern Company’s Transmission Business Unit. Mike also has company-wide responsibility for a new enterprise resource plan and for efficiency improvements in accounting, f
Published on May 03, 2010
Five Tips that Can Benefit Any Job Position
Many of my past work experiences have helped me be more effective in my current position, even though those experiences are not directly related to my job function. Volunteering, participating in Toastmasters and finding a mentor have all benefited my car
Published on January 17, 2013
Five Benefits of Being Actively Involved With the AICPA
This article was written about the benefits of being involved with the AICPA for the Jan. issue of BusIndNews by Greg Bedard, CPA.
Published on January 19, 2012
5 Tips for a Fruitful Career
Pam Heye, CPA provided August BusIndNews readers with her tips for having a fruitful career in the accounting profession. Tips include volunteering, traveling, developing a network and more!
Published on August 16, 2011