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The AICPA Town Hall Series provides the latest news and updates on pressing issues facing the accounting profession. Hear from AICPA executive leads Susan Coffey, CEO – Public Accounting, AICPA, and Erik Asgeirsson, President and CEO, CPA.com as they are joined by Barry Melancon and leading subject matter experts, to dive into key drivers of this accelerated time of change. Hear the latest updates and guidance from Treasury and SBA as well as review top firm questions surrounding the CARES A ...
 
Welcome to the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) podcast channel. Subscribe to receive unlimited access to free podcasts on technical guidance, resources, and events as well as valuable insights and updates on professional issues from nationally recognized forensic and valuation experts. Visit us online at www.aicpa.org/fvs to gain access to valuable member-only benefits.
 
Welcome to the AICPA Personal Financial Planning Section podcast channel. Subscribe to receive unlimited access to free podcasts on technical and practice management topics from nationally known experts and thought leaders as well as valuable insights and updates on professional issues. Visit us online at https://future.aicpa.org/topic/financial-planning to join our community and gain access to valuable member-only benefits.
 
Growing Your Firm is the Top Podcast for Ambitious Firm Owners to find tips, tactics, and strategies on how to Grow their Firm (or practice!). In this podcast we'll be interviewing Top Thought Leaders in Accounting, Tax, Bookkeeping, Practice Management, Marketing, Social Media, Succession Planning, Partner Relations, Pricing, and much more.
 
Stay ahead of the accounting & finance curve with weekly insights on emerging technology, human intelligence and digital transformation. AICPA & CIMA's global community helps you leverage disruption today to prepare your profession for tomorrow. The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants shares exclusive interviews from finance professionals across the world. They unpick crucial trends in cybersecurity, blockchain, artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotic pro ...
 
The podcast for anyone thinking about or currently pursuing the CPA - featuring interviews with AICPA Exams Team staff, NASBA, recent Exam passers, and more. Brought to you by the American Institute of CPAs, the developer of the Uniform CPA Examination®, Next Stop CPA is the official podcast for the CPA Exam. Got a topic idea for us? Email: NextStopCPA@aicpa-cima.com
 
Finance leaders are facing the greatest challenge of their careers. In this show, Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, the 104th Chair of the American Institute of CPAs, speaks with some of the most influential leaders in finance to learn how they are responding to current challenges, positioning their organizations for success, and planning for the future of finance.
 
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Presenters: Erik Asgeirsson, President & CEO CPA.com Mark Peterson, EVP, Advocacy AICPA Lisa Simpson, VP Firm Services AICPA Kari Hipsak, Senior Manager AICPA Brent Forbush, CPA, Managing Partner of Forbush & Associates Brandon Lagarde, CPA, JD Tax Director of Postlethwaite & Netterville Accounting Today Editor-In-Chief Dan Hood Topics: DC and Prof…
 
Patrice Mills, CPA, was sunning herself on a Florida beach when she received an alarming phone call. All of her client files had been seized in a ransomware attack, and cybercriminals were demanding payment to release them. Listen in as Mills recounts this experience and shares best practices for keeping your firm’s data safe. PCPS resources mentio…
 
How soon is too soon to have a debrief after busy season? And what should be the goal of such a debrief? Those topics are addressed in a special crossover episode with the AICPA Town Hall series. Hear three CPAs discuss the topic, how it’s applicable to more than tax season, and how firm leaders of different sizes approach the debrief. The full Tow…
 
This time of uncertainty and market volatility may lead to an increase in clients making investment decisions that aren’t in their best interest. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Lauren Minch, CPA, CFA, interviews Kevin Grogan, CFA, to get his take on common trends he sees with many different types of clients. They discuss: Making decisi…
 
This episode of the podcast focuses on a busy week in news and a story of finance transformation in action. Janis Parthun, CPA, and Steve McKechnie, leaders in RGP’s finance transformation practice, explain how a recent client engagement led to efficiencies for the client, a global food and beverage company, and lessons learned for RGP. Also, here …
 
Today, the founder and CEO of Jetpack Workflow, David Cristello is reflecting on a quote from Marcus Lemonis, host of the reality TV show The Profit. In the show, Marcus would go into small businesses and assess the three P’s: People, Process, and Product. He’d determine where the biggest issues were and help the owners make corrections. Typically,…
 
Because of their training and experience, CPAs are rightly considered the foremost providers of tax services to taxpayers. Some CPAs also serve the taxpaying public at large — with appreciation for Congress’s task to enact equitable tax laws and the IRS’s job to diligently and fairly administer them — by recommending improvements to both. They can …
 
Figuring out health insurance for early retirees can be shrouded in confusion, frustration, and mystery. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Kelley Long, CPA/PFS, discusses options that are available for your clients. She answers the following questions: What are the options to cover the risks of health-related costs in early retirement? Ho…
 
Donny Shimamoto, CPA/CITP, CGMA, is one of two accounting firm leaders presenting at AICPA & CIMA ENGAGE on where to begin when it comes to starting a technology-focused advisory practice. Client advisory services (CAS) are a growing opportunity for firms, so the presentation by Shimamoto and Liz Mason, CPA, is timely. In this episode, Shimamoto ta…
 
Today, founder and CEO of Jetpack Workflow, David Cristello is discussing a simple tactic that’s easy to implement and can improve profits but is often ignored—raising your prices. Raising prices is a sensitive topic and plenty of firm owners struggle with when and how to do it. However, if you aren’t evaluating your prices frequently, you are like…
 
With the SECURE Act’s 10-year payout rule, it becomes more important to understand how income flows from IRA to trust to beneficiary and the surprising consequences that may arise. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, interviews Jere Doyle, JD, LLM. Jere responds to these questions: From a fiduciary standpoint, what hap…
 
Phishing schemes, ransomware attacks, and data breaches are on the rise. CPA firms and their client’s data are prime targets. Listen in as Roman Kepczyk, director of Firm Technology Strategy with Right Networks and author of Digitally Speaking, a PCPS exclusive publication, shares how you can protect your firm’s data from cybercriminals. Resources …
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s the focus of this episode of the Journal of Accountancy podcast. Kari Hipsak, CPA, CGMA, senior manager–Firm Services at the AICPA, explains why mental health matters to her and shares advice for how managers and organizations can better promote mental health of their staff. Several resources are menti…
 
Listen as John Wiley, CPA, and Jeff Lewis, CPA, continue their discussion of what it means to act with honor. In this episode, they discuss an important topic: maintaining client confidentiality. If you missed the first part of this discussion, look for episode 48, or part 11 of the back to basics series.…
 
Ted Sarenski is in a sweet spot of life where he is doing what he loves most at work and has reaped the benefits of the relationships and business he created. He shares his story in this new podcast series hosted by Lyle Benson, CPA/PFS. Ted discusses: How he went from doing small firm accounting and tax work to owning a financial planning business…
 
Sean Stein Smith, CPA, CGMA, DBA, is speaking June 7 at AICPA & CIMA ENGAGE on the blockchain ecosystem. Nonfungible tokens (NFTs) are a part of that ecosystem. In this podcast episode, Stein Smith explains what NFTs are and aren’t, how baseball cards or other physical items can be “tokenized,” and more. Also, get an update on two recent IRS items,…
 
During tax season, the IRS released SECURE Act proposed regulations that came with some surprises and made calculating RMDs more complicated. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler interviews Ed Slott to get you up to speed on the latest. They discuss: What’s important for CPA financial planners to know about these new regulations …
 
Sandi Matthews, CPA, CGMA, was ready for a new adventure when she was hired in 2018 as an accounting manager for not-for-profit Khan Academy. It was not just a new job she accepted — it was a role in a faraway location. Matthews helped to establish Khan Academy’s subsidiary in India in its early days. She’s now head of finance, and in this podcast …
 
What does it mean to "act with honor"? That can be subjective, certainly, but the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct has guidance on what it means for our profession. Listen as John Wiley, CPA, and Jeff Lewis, CPA discuss some questions that come into the ethics hotline as well as some general complaints we hear in the ethics division.…
 
Presenters: Erik Asgeirsson, President & CEO CPA.com Mary Foelster, Sr. Director, Governmental Auditing and Accounting AICPA Barry Melancon, President & CEO AICPA Lisa Simpson, VP, Firm Services AICPA Topics: Profession & DC Update Post Tax Season Reflections Expanding service opportunities: SOC Technical Update GAQC Update on Auditing Federal Fund…
 
The term legacy can come across as vague and intimidating. Often it is associated with assets left behind at death. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, expert Susan Turnbull sheds light on the broader way to view legacy that will support your clients to get in touch with the difference they want to make in the lives of others now and later.…
 
Denise Dettingmeijer, CFO of Randstad North America, is part of a panel discussion at AICPA & CIMA ENGAGE in June in Las Vegas. In this podcast episode, she previews the theme of that session and explains why having fellow CFOs “along the same part of the journey” is helpful. Dettingmeijer also shares advice on how professionals can get the most ou…
 
The Talent Crunch, also known as The Great Resignation, is affecting nearly everyone in the industry. The CEO and founder of Jetpack Workflow, David Cristello is addressing the problem in this podcast. He’ll cover solutions for finding, attracting, and retaining a great team. David believes with the right approach, your firm can find success in thi…
 
Jill Schlesinger, a CBS News business analyst, author, and podcast host, built her brand as a purveyor of financial advice in part through radio call-in shows. She’s a seasoned speaker on all things money and the guest on this episode of the Journal of Accountancy podcast. Schlesinger is slated to be an emcee at AICPA & CIMA ENGAGE in June in Las V…
 
Defining a family relationship may seem simple. But is it really? In this week's episode, Sarah Brack, CPA, and April Sherman, CPA, look at family relationships and how they can affect an auditor's independence. You may be surprised at some things they discuss! Helpful related resources AICPA Code of Professional Conduct Plain English guide to inde…
 
Cryptocurrency has drawn attention in 2022 with super bowl ads, President Biden’s executive order, and its role in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Ryan Firth, CPA/PFS, shares how you can add value for your clients who are interested investing in or learning more about virtual currency. Ryan cover…
 
Guests: Angela Murdo, CPA, CFE A lack of internal controls can be disastrous to any business. Companies need to ensure sound risk management is in place, no matter their size. Internal controls can be the key to preventing and detecting fraud. This podcast will address financial and operational risks and provide you with the guidance to help preven…
 
“If anybody wants to accomplish anything, at some point, they have to believe it’s possible.” Those are the words of this episode’s guest, mental performance coach Chris Palmer. He discusses why belief is important, how it can be confused at times with arrogance, and why growing a sense of belief in ourselves can be done. Also, get an update on sev…
 
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