PCAOB Proposal Addresses International Oversight Challenges

Written By: Ken Tysiac The PCAOB proposed a rule Thursday that would provide a framework for the board to follow when its oversight activities are thwarted by overseas authorities. The proposal is intended to implement regulations that were made law in the Holding Foreign Companies …

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Making Audits More Effective Through Data Visualization

Written By: Nick Higginbotham; Luke Nash; and Will Demeré, Ph.D. Time may seem scarcer than ever, but fortunately technological advancements have presented auditors with many tools to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of audits. One such tool is data visualization. Even with just a few …

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3 Ways To Tackle The Coronavirus’s Economic Risk

By Luke O’Neill The COVID-19 pandemic is keeping CFOs and CEOs up at night as the leading risk facing the global economy. A global recession, affecting developed and developing countries, seems inevitable in the first two quarters of 2020, according to Tenpao Lee, Ph.D., a professor …

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A Future-Focused Path For CPA Licensure

A proposed new model would require strong core knowledge plus deeper competencies in one of three disciplines. By Ken Tysiac A newly proposed CPA licensure model developed by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and the AICPA is designed to help newly …

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