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10/21/2021

One key step for retirement planning after age 60 is to determine how to transform savings into income. If you find your plan isn't on track, there are several ways to adjust your approach.

10/21/2021

Despite anxiety about the economy, consumers are spending generously and are quitting their jobs in large numbers. A strong labor market is giving consumers confidence they will land a job when needed, and some Americans have yet to spend all their coronavirus relief money.

10/21/2021

Here is a guide for moving to Medicare for people who are approaching age 65 and are receiving health coverage on the public marketplace.

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CNBC
10/21/2021

To reap the benefits of automating processes that are managed manually, companies should adopt a well-organized systematic approach that identifies candidates ripe for automation to streamline the indirect compliance process.

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The Tax Adviser
10/21/2021

To ensure that discussion goes as smoothly as possible, tailor your approach to your manager, focus on the positive and remain open to creative compromise.

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CPA Insider
10/21/2021

A severely polarized political climate doesn't have to stop CPAs from achieving their ambitions. Instead, a little empathy can go a long way, says AICPA Governing Council guest speaker Amy Walter, publisher and editor-in-chief of The Cook Political Report.

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Amy Walter
10/21/2021

During the pandemic, digital workers have become more confident about their technological abilities. Companies can thrive going forward by rethinking the workplace and embracing a concept known as humancentric design.

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TechRepublic
10/21/2021

An unsustainable long-term fiscal path and cybersecurity concerns heightened by aging systems are among the biggest challenges the federal government faces, US Comptroller General Gene Dodaro said at the fall AICPA Governing Council meeting.

10/21/2021

An organization needs psychological safety for whistleblowing by internal auditors and others to have maximum impact on fraud detection and prevention, three accounting professors write. Whistleblowers are more likely to speak up fully if they perceive psychological safety, knowing retaliation is unlikely.

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The CPA Journal
10/20/2021

Accounting firms see many opportunities in the marketplace, but, with an already stretched workforce, they struggle to find capacity to take on additional challenges. One approach firm leaders should implement is cutting clients who are difficult to work with or who are otherwise a bad fit for the firm, writes firm consultant Jennifer Wilson of ConvergenceCoaching.