We are pleased to recognize the first winner of Wiley’s Accounting and Finance Student Scholarship–Selene McCoy! Selene celebrates her African American and Puerto Rican heritage and will be the first in her family to complete a BA!
Meetings provoke strong emotions for many professionals. When used with skill, meetings in project management are a way to share information, solve problems, make decisions and build relationships. When they’re run poorly, they burn up precious time and create frustration. Given how many different types of project meetings you attend, there’s a great ROI to thinking ahead to plan your meetings….
The CPA landscape is changing, and with that, so is the CPA exam. Here’s what you need to know about the CPA Evolution and how it could impact you and your test taking.
With the signing of the CARES Act on March 27, 2020, changes were made to tax law affecting areas ranging from special corporate deductions to the taxation of retirement plans. For students or professionals interested in taking the CPA exam, it is important to understand these changes as the exam has been updated to reflect current tax law.
What tasks and tools define the accounting industry? It depends on who you ask. While those on the outside may think the field involves little more than bookkeeping and tax preparation, like utilizing tools such as Excel© and QuickBooks, accounting professionals and other industry insiders know that accounting is indeed an evolving field.
Accounting runs in the family, so it is no surprise that Britton Guerrero, a senior at Utah Valley University and IMA Scholarship recipient, has only one class to go before graduating with a BA in Accounting and has already secured an early 2021 slot at Ernst & Young.