You'd think with all the worrying going on in the accounting profession about talent and succession, that firms would be making it easy on the employees they do have to become CPAs.
Caleb recently published a post posing the question, "What’s the Future of the CPA Brand?"
Trust but verify!
Over the last few years, we've watched the AICPA and CIMA hamfist the CGMA into our lives.
Alright, you guys. Next time you have an encounter like this one that Adam Blitz writes about, I want you to contact us immediately:
Back in October, we discussed whether the CPA exam would ever become an optional within CPA firms.
Here's something interesting (hilarious, even) from the Indiana CPA Society's Center of Excellence: CPAs lack a bunch of important skills and they're completely aware of it.
I'm catching up on my reading and lo and behold, here's another CHANGE IN ACCOUNTING IS SO FAST article. It's only been [counts fingers] a few weeks since we last touched on the topic, but we can't waste a good crisis, can we? No, we cannot.
Because you got to protect the brand, man.
For reasons unfathomable, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is running for president. Apparently, one loud-mouthed Republican from the tri-state area wasn't enough for this race.