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The Journal of Accountancy podcast discusses the key issues facing the accounting profession.

Sep 29, 2022

For Tiffany Willis, CPA, the role as vice president and head of investor relations at Starbucks is “an overwhelming honor.” She wasn’t always certain she would end up in such a role, and in reflecting on her life, she said that her proudest moment was “just never giving up.”

Willis also explains how finance...

Sep 27, 2022

Jeannine K. Brown, CEO of a talent development consultancy, worked for 17 years as an accountant, so she rightfully refers to CPAs as “my people.” She is co-chair of the AICPA & CIMA Women’s Global Leadership Summit, an event scheduled for Nov. 8–10 in Miami, and she joined the Journal of Accountancy podcast to...

Sep 22, 2022

CPA firm partners looking to retire in the next few years need to make sure they have a succession plan in place as soon as possible.

That’s one of the messages shared in the latest episode of the Journal of Accountancy podcast, produced in partnership with the AICPA Private Companies Practice Section’s Small...

Sep 15, 2022

This express podcast episode with transcript highlights recent Journal of Accountancy news coverage of student loan debt forgiveness, an AICPA letter requesting penalty relief from the IRS, and more. The article links mentioned in the episode are:

Sep 8, 2022

CFOs have “a rising confidence in their ability to manage through these challenging times,” according to Steve Gallucci, national managing partner for Deloitte’s U.S. CFO Program. He explains more about why finance chiefs are concerned and why they have a sense of hope in the face of an economic downturn in...