In the WaPo opinion pages yesterday one Duncan Mavin, who got his start in the […]
There’s a contentious battle raging over the 150 unit requirement for CPA licensure as we […]
In a profession already notorious for burnout, staffing crises continue to wreak havoc on the […]
I’m sorry to tell you that’s not an article on the NASBA blog, but rather […]
Way back in 2008, a small hiccup in the United States financial system brought upon by an even smaller hiccup in the U.S. housing market led to the mild threat of the collapse of the world economy.
These days, you hear more and more about people juggling multiple projects at once. You […]
I like the idea of blind recruiting that this WSJ story discusses. Not knowing a […]
Back in October, we discussed whether the CPA exam would ever become an optional within CPA firms. The reason the topic even came up was due to the fact that while the number of accounting students continues to increase, the number sitting for the CPA exam hasn't kept up, either declining in some years or staying flat.
My fellow salaried workers, take a moment to read this: In a (very good) Quora […]