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  • FASB debt classification reproposal sparks concerns October 29, 2019
    FASB’s attempts to simplify the classification of debt in a classified balance sheet may have unintended consequences, according to a comment letter sent by the AICPA Technical Issues Committee.
  • ASB addresses compliance with GAAS, PCAOB standards October 24, 2019
    An auditing interpretation issued by the AICPA Auditing Standards Board provides auditors with guidance on how to comply with AU-C Section 700A as well as the PCAOB’s standards on critical audit matters.
  • News quiz: Kids’ allowances and investor confidence October 24, 2019
    Surveys offer insight into how much allowance children are getting these days and into how investors perceive audited financial statements in U.S. markets. See what else you know about recent news with this short quiz.
  • The former Deloitte CEO on career agility October 24, 2019
    Cathy Engelbert, CPA, became the first woman to lead a Big Four firm in the U.S. She is now applying more than three decades of business skills to the WNBA, a league that has longevity but needs a boost on several fronts.
  • Financial satisfaction stays high, but economic concerns remain October 24, 2019
    Despite fears about the economy, Americans’ personal financial satisfaction stayed high in the third quarter of 2019, according to the PFSi, a proprietary economic indicator calculated quarterly by the AICPA.

NEWSLETTERS

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  • FASB debt classification reproposal sparks concerns October 29, 2019
    FASB’s attempts to simplify the classification of debt in a classified balance sheet may have unintended consequences, according to a comment letter sent by the AICPA Technical Issues Committee.
  • ASB addresses compliance with GAAS, PCAOB standards October 24, 2019
    An auditing interpretation issued by the AICPA Auditing Standards Board provides auditors with guidance on how to comply with AU-C Section 700A as well as the PCAOB’s standards on critical audit matters.
  • News quiz: Kids’ allowances and investor confidence October 24, 2019
    Surveys offer insight into how much allowance children are getting these days and into how investors perceive audited financial statements in U.S. markets. See what else you know about recent news with this short quiz.
  • The former Deloitte CEO on career agility October 24, 2019
    Cathy Engelbert, CPA, became the first woman to lead a Big Four firm in the U.S. She is now applying more than three decades of business skills to the WNBA, a league that has longevity but needs a boost on several fronts.
  • Financial satisfaction stays high, but economic concerns remain October 24, 2019
    Despite fears about the economy, Americans’ personal financial satisfaction stayed high in the third quarter of 2019, according to the PFSi, a proprietary economic indicator calculated quarterly by the AICPA.
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