Ernie Almonte, Chair of the Financial Literacy Commission, provides an overview of recent successes and Sharon Lechter kicks off the release of the new consumer book.
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William E. Balhoff, CPA, CGMA, CFF, AICPA Chairman of the Board (2013-2014) opens the AICPA’s 2014 Spring Council meeting by reminding attendees that the profession’s future is bright, thanks to CPAs’ commitment to quality.
Barry C. Melancon, CPA, CGMA, AICPA President & CEO discusses current and future opportunities that exist for CPAs to “Build the Profession of Tomorrow”, and recaps recent initiatives that have enabled CPAs to keep up with the rapid pace of change.
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) awarded Gary M. Scopes, CAE, as the recipient of the AICPA Medal of Honor.
The AICPA Medal of Honor recognizes an individual who is not a CPA whose work has had a significant impact on the profession.
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) awarded Diane Cornwell, CPA with its 2013 Public Service Award for Individuals. The annual award honors members of the AICPA who have made significant contributions to their communities.
Bill Ezzell provides an update on the implementation efforts of the Pathways Commission. Highlights of his presentation include an update on the work being done to develop an Advanced Placement course in Accounting.
Barry Melancon and Charles Tilley discuss how the global business community needs to adjust the way it calculates value by rethinking the business model, focusing on cost leadership and risk management, and partnering with finance to achieve results.
Lawson Carmichael provides an assessment of the external environment and shares observations of trends in the marketplace impacting members and Tommye Barie shares Council members’ insights and perspectives.
Tom Hilton, CPA, CGMA and Anthony Pugliese, CPA, CGMA, CITP, provide a review of the 2014 forecast, share membership, operations and balance sheet highlights, provide a pension update, and review the proposed 2015 budget.
Daniel Berman, JD, who leads McGladrey’s International Tax Practice in the Northeast, highlights the current tax and political landscape, trends in the profession and tax reform proposals. He also delves into international tax law enforcement.
The AICPA’s Future of Learning site explores a vision to reinvent lifelong learning and build competency in the CPA profession. Discover what’s to come and hear from leaders in the profession and CPAs who are blazing the path forward.
Explore the vision to reinvent lifelong learning and build competency in the CPA profession.
For the pursuit of learning to be lifelong, it has to be personal and meaningful. This is achieved by providing relevant learning opportunities that address the knowledge and competency needs of individual learners. futureoflearning.aicpa.org
Nothing motivates and engages learners like meaningful, purposeful experiences. Whether you create regulation, develop employees or deliver learning, challenge yourself to answer the following: Education for what purpose?