“If the managers, the C-level and board have good demonstrative behavior, everybody down the line will mimic that,” said Yigal Rechtman, senior manager of forensics and litigation at Grassi & Co., an accounting and business consulting service, at a New York State Society of CPAs’ forensic accounting conference yesterday. “People need to operate by example,” he said, noting that if the CFO is leaving at 3 p.m. on a daily basis, for example, that will not help a firm to have better internal controls. [CFO]
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Journal of Accountancy has written about the results of the Business and Industry Economic Outlook Survey from AICPA & CIMA, a quarterly effort that takes the temperature of CPA decision-makers — mostly CFOs, CEOs, and controllers — to find out what they think about business and economic challenges inside and out of their organization. The […]
Ed. note: on July 13 we contacted AAP media relations to request salary ranges for accounting positions referenced in the below 10-Q disclosure. We don’t expect a response but if we get one, we’ll update. The Wall Street Journal wrote today about recent disclosures made by Advance Auto Parts, Joby Aviation, and Germany’s Evotec that specifically point […]