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4/26/2018

The European Central Bank has kept monetary policy unchanged, and President Mario Draghi says solid growth is expected for the eurozone economy. The eurozone faces challenges from protectionism, Draghi says, but the ECB is confident it can taper stimulus.

4/26/2018

"It is a safe assumption that every profession will change dramatically the deeper we go into the 21st century," writes IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers. "For the internal audit profession, I believe the next 20 years will offer a great opportunity for transformation that will bring us closer to becoming indispensable to effective risk, control, and governance."

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Richard Chambers
4/26/2018

New Financial Accounting Standards Board rules have ushered in a number of changes to not-for-profit accounting. This quiz tests your knowledge in this specialized area.

4/26/2018

Here are 10 apps based on artificial intelligence that help with everyday tasks, such as scheduling meetings, writing emails and tracking work hours.

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Fast Company online
4/26/2018

You've heard a lot about data analytics. But do you know how to use them to automate parts of your audit? From journal-entry testing to inventory counts, a new AICPA mapping guide shows you how data-analytic products on the market align with general audit procedures.

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AICPA Insights
4/26/2018

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is gathering information through a public survey as it develops a five-year strategic plan. The board is asking for feedback on how it can enhance its relevance to capital markets.

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CFO
4/26/2018

Despite stock market volatility, the AICPA's Personal Financial Satisfaction Index reached a record high in the first quarter. Q1 was the first time the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was reflected in the PFSi.

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AICPA
4/26/2018

Federal courts have split recently on whether to grant the Internal Revenue Service injunctions to "obey the law," requiring taxpayers to comply with employment tax obligations.

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The Tax Adviser
4/26/2018

Don't put off delegating tasks because you're concerned you could do the job better or you're worried your team is too busy. Acknowledge that you can't do everything yourself, and recognize that delegation creates opportunities for growth.

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Entrepreneur online
4/26/2018

The groundwork for a successful negotiation is laid in the weeks leading up to the event. Here are five steps to take before you start talking to the other side about a deal.

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Inc. online