How young CPAs can help save the world

March 28th, 2017  // News

Doctors, journalists and teachers aren't the only professionals with the power to make meaningful contributions. Young CPAs are using the tools of their profession to give back to society, too. Read more

4 simple ways to squeeze in exercise during busy season

March 27th, 2017  // News

When you are knee-deep preparing and filing returns, finding time to do anything other than eat, sleep and work can be challenging. But it is important to take time to care for yourself. Here are four ways to make time for exercise -- which can benefit both your physical and mental health to help you get through the rest of this stressful time. Read more

How to protect your data while traveling

March 24th, 2017  // News

In some cases, governments may seek access to smartphones or other devices used by travelers. Here's a look at how to protect your data the next time you go on a trip. Read more

9 tips for being more responsive to clients

March 23rd, 2017  // News

Sometimes CPAs do not realize clients are dissatisfied with their level of responsiveness. To avoid this, experts tout the importance of being receptive, available and approachable. Read more

Growing number of workers believe they will need $1M to retire

March 22nd, 2017  // News

The proportion of workers who say they will need $1 million or more to retire has risen to 37%, compared with 19% a decade ago, according to the latest Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute. However, only one-fifth of workers say they have saved at least $250,000, and 3 in 10 workers say they are stressed about retirement preparation. Read more

What not to do when leading a meeting

March 21st, 2017  // News

Leaders who want to run efficient meetings should be prepared to stop certain behaviors, including "thinking out loud" by meeting participants. Here are nine such behaviors that should not be allowed at your next meeting. Read more

6 strategies to defuse staff personality conflicts

March 20th, 2017  // News

Nearly half of CFOs spend 10% to 24% of their workweeks resolving staff personality conflicts, according to a new survey. But there are ways to minimize the amount of time leaders spend resolving these conflicts. Read more

7 onboarding tips for new hires

March 17th, 2017  // News

By following a few simple strategies, a new employee can make a smooth transition to a new position. Read more

Don’t be a boss who plays favorites

March 16th, 2017  // News

Showing favoritism can take a toll on morale, so it's essential for a boss to make sure every employee is treated fairly. It's important to focus on being inclusive and to keep track of which employees are handling which projects. Read more

Why “complete ERM” is a myth

March 15th, 2017  // News

Risk management initiatives must evolve as an organization's risk exposures change. These days, all entities are taking a harder look at how they manage risk, according to an annual survey. Read more

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