This month’s update includes a legislative session wrap-up, information on the Top Ten CPA Exam Passers luncheon, an update from the State Board of Accountancy’s latest board meeting and a PAC request.
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Getting enough quality talent, and keeping it, is the primary economic and reputation concern of leaders participating in the third-annual Arizona CFO Spotlight Survey conducted by BeachFleischman PC. Learn more about this two-year survey of Arizona leaders.
Around 50 percent of the nation’s nonprofits are operating with less than one month’s cash reserves, a new report reveals.
This month’s update includes information on Internal Revenue Code Conformity, the CPA bill, the March Accountancy Board meeting and the Republican Party event.
This month’s update includes examples of how members make a difference, information about a ballot to ban services tax, the CPA Bill, Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act, a Democratic political party event and a reminder on the March CPA license renewal due date.
The CPA profession is one of the most trusted professions in the world, and a commitment to performing high-quality services is key to maintaining that trust. With support from the American Institute of CPAs’ (AICPA) Assurance Research Advisory Group (ARAG), two Arizona State University educators will perform research that could uncover valuable insights into audit quality.
When there are hundreds of thousands of financial professionals at work in public accounting, business and industry, government, academia and consulting, how can you stand out in such a crowded profession?
This month’s update includes information on a CPA bill sponsored by Senator Yee, a meeting with the Arizona Department of Revenue, the status of income tax conformity, an update on the latest Accountancy Board meeting and appreciation to our ASCPA members.
Every organization needs effective managers and leaders. But what’s the difference between the two? But before you delve into the subtle differences between the two, according to David Cotton, CPA, chair of Cotton & Co. in Alexandria, Virgina, who recently presented on this topic in Virginia and Arizona, it’s worth exploring why leadership and managerial training are important to a population that’s already gone through extensive schooling and licensing.
This month’s update includes information about the Society’s luncheon with Governor Ducey, Arizona’s legislative session, federal income tax conformity and an update from this month’s Accountancy Board meeting.