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With more and more companies putting a focus on middle and back-office operations, internal auditors — and especially Certified Internal Auditors® — are in high demand. As a result, internal auditor salaries and compensation are increasing.
What Comes Next? Why You Should Consider Adding Your CMA If you’re interested in reaching your fullest career potential, you should consider earning your CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) credential. Adding the CMA certification to your resume proves you’ve mastered the critical operational and strategic aspects of running a business. These advanced skills are especially relevant…
The Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) designation is the globally recognized hallmark of professional auditors and essential for increasing your skill set, industry connections and job prospects.
This is the last in a three-part article on Lean Auditing by by James C. Paterson, Director of Risk & Assurance Insights, Ltd. In part one, Mr. Paterson briefed detailed the principles behind lean and provided some useful examples of using the methodology in audit work in part two. Here, he provides additional examples of using lean and…
This is the second in a three-part article on Lean Auditing by by James C. Paterson, Director of Risk & Assurance Insights, Ltd. In part one, Mr. Paterson briefed detailed the principles behind lean. Here, he provides a number of examples of using the methodology to improve audit work.
We are honored to publish a multi-part article by James C. Paterson, Director of Risk & Assurance Insights, Ltd. He recently published a book on Lean Auditing and has put together this great overview of how auditors can use lean principles to transform the way they work.
With just under 40% of candidates passing the CIA Exam in 2015, it’s one of the hardest credentialing exams in accounting. That’s why you need to fully understand how the exam is formatted and how that knowledge can work to your advantage (or disadvantage).
The Certified Internal Auditor® Exam, while computer-based like the CPA and CMA Exams, is scored much differently—and understanding how it’s scored is essential for setting up your study plan. The Exam’s Basic Structure First off, the CIA Exam consists of three parts. In the first part, you’ll have to 2 hours and 30 minutes to…
One of the many reasons the Certified Internal Auditor® designation is so widely respected in the accounting industry is its Continuing Professional Education (CPE) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements.