Dec 30, 2019
According to Peter Calcara, vice president of PICPA’s government relations team, 2019 was a relatively stress-free year in Harrisburg, but business should get more tense in 2020, highlighted by numerous important elections and legislative priorities. In this podcast, Calcara recounts the advocacy work of 2019,...
Dec 23, 2019
On the occasion of the CPA Conversations podcast surpassing 100,000 downloads, PICPA’s Jim DeLuccia and Bill Hayes talked to the guests of our ten highest downloaded podcasts on topics such as tax reform, client accounting services, the dangers of accepting a counteroffer, CPA talent recruitment, and more.
Dec 16, 2019
The rate at which technology is changing the CPA world is also changing the sorts of professionals CPA firms need to succeed. Getting this personnel formula correct is doubly important when you are a practitioner nearing retirement and looking to replace yourself. To discuss the new CPA firm landscape as well as...
Dec 9, 2019
Mark Eckerle of Withum Smith + Brown is “bullish” on distributed ledger technologies. Why? As he says in our latest episode, these advances have the potential to greatly improve processes for auditing professionals.
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Dec 2, 2019
According to Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, executive director, thought leadership, for Oracle, and immediate past president of the AICPA, the mind-set of “I’ve got my one” is definitely not how diversity and inclusion should work in the accounting profession. Rather, it should be approached as being essential for...