CPAs sometimes struggle to hold their audiences’ interest when presenting financial data. Peter Margaritis, CPA, tells CPAs how to use storytelling to make their presentations more compelling.
Every year, The Tax Adviser conducts a tax software survey that readers have come to rely on to help them choose what software to use and keep up with changes in the industry. In this episode, The Tax Adviser Editor-In-Chief Alistair Nevius explains what we can learn from this year’s survey.
A workplace offering an unlimited paid-time-off policy sounds like paradise for employees… and nothing but headaches for the managers responsible for making sure all the work gets done. But the management team at ATKG, a CPA firm in San Antonio, has implemented just such a policy and has been very happy with the results. In this episode, we talk to Teryn Grater, a partner at the firm, about how and why they implemented the policy.
Artificial intelligence and blockchain are among the technologies being touted as potentially disruptive and transformational for the accounting profession. How and when will new technologies reshape the accounting profession? That’s the focus of the conversation in part 2 of our annual technology roundtable.
What should CPAs be doing to better protect their data and derive more value from the investments in technology? Find out from our panel of accounting technology experts.
Great public speakers can be made, not born. Elizabeth Pittelkow, CPA, accounting and compliance director at ArrowStream, discusses how her experience with Toastmasters turned her from someone who avoided public speaking to someone who’s made it a key part of her career.
Being a public accountant entails a certain amount of professional liability risk. But accountants can take steps to mitigate that risk. In this episode, guest Sarah Beckett Ference, CPA, of CNA talks about ways that CPAs can help prevent, or defend themselves from, lawsuits.
Many CPAs have considered giving back to the profession by teaching accounting. In this episode, practitioners-turned-professors Tony Bucaro of Case Western Reserve University and Jim Biagi of Marywood University discuss what it takes to make the move to academia.