really pushing that CGMA credential aren’t they?

It’s Possible Even the Syrian Electronic Army Isn’t a Fan of the CGMA

While the attack on the New York Times this week was inconvient to say the least, it appears the hack also forced the AICPA to reschedule a planned CGMA chat on Twitter. I'm sure all of you were very broken up to hear this news: That gives you a whole 3 day weekend to get […]

“The Extraordinary Possibilities of the Accounting Profession” Are Neither Extraordinary Nor Possibilities

Have you guys met Richard Caturano? He's the AICPA's latest chairman; a blue collar kid from one of the most racist towns in America who believes in wonderful things like diversity and the value of the CGMA. God love his spirit. Anyhoo, he wrote a piece for the AICPA blog the other day that trumpets the […]

Calling All Armchair Politicians: This Year’s AICPA Accounting Competition Seeks a Presidential Advisor

Unfortunately certain armchair politicians who frequent this website are likely too old to enter the 2012 AICPA Accounting Competition but for student members of the AICPA currently enrolled in school, there's a $10,000 prize waiting for the team who can come up with winning strategy for a made up presidential candidate you'll be advising: You’ve […]

Future ‘Digital CPAs’ Will Make the Most of Bathroom Breaks Thanks to AICPA’s New CPA Exam App

Put down the Fruit Ninja, folks, the AICPA has a new app for you to play with. Yesterday, the AICPA announced the launch of two new mobile apps: an iPad app for Journal of Accountancy and an interactive CPA exam aid that works on Apple and Android devices. "One of the most exciting developments in […]