AICPA NATIONAL ISSUES


AICPA Launches Future of Learning Initiative May 2015

Businesses are changing faster now than at any point in modern history — and are becoming ever more complex and globally focused. 

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Latest AICPA MAP Survey forecasts brighter outlook Feb 2015

The AICPA’s most recent “National Management of an Accounting Practice (MAP) Survey” suggests a brightening economic forecast for the profession.  The MAP Survey is conducted every two years by the AICPA’s Private Companies Practice Section and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.

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AICPA Launches Revised and Dynamic Code of Professional Conduct Nov 2014

From making the right determination on accepting gifts from vendors, to deciding whether it is appropriate to audit a friend’s business, CPAs face a myriad of ethical questions.

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Expect the unexpected, says AICPA expert Aug 2014

When it comes to dealing with Mother Nature, it is best to expect the unexpected.  That’s the advice given by Tommye E. Barie, CPA, Vice Chair of the American Institute of CPAs Board of Directors and partner with Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC in Bradenton, Florida.

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AICPA offers much to ease career transitions May 2014

Change is inevitable. It is a life lesson learned in youth, reinforced countless times through the years. It can be invigorating. It can be painful.

But for any career, it can be constant. 

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