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Blog posts from the magazine
What prompts an international tax accountant to become an accounting professor? WSCPA Chair Andrew Brajcich. CPA, JD, LLM, shares insights into why he chose to become a professor. He also discusses the evolving landscape of accounting.
Updated quality management standards promote a risk-based approach to planning and performing group audits. This article from the fall issue of The Washington CPA magazine, outlines what's new and how to implement the standards.
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts have swept the accounting nation and generally take the form of inclusiveness among different races, genders and abilities. Neurodiversity is another piece of the DEI pie.
Although most agree that the current tax season has signs of returning to normalcy after the pandemic-induced chaos of recent years, CPA firms continue to face unique challenges and risks they should not ignore.
Do you see CPE as a dreaded chore? Here are some strategies to make your CPE journey more rewarding.
Is your firm fully compliant with the revised Safeguards Rule? What constitutes client/customer records is somewhat unique for every organization, and that certainly holds true for CPA firms and tax professionals.
Over the past couple of years, many nonprofits have experienced challenges attracting and retaining talent. Nonprofit organizations can take a number of approaches to strengthen their talent management efforts, as outlined in this article.
Questioning whether you need to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) in your tax practice today is like an accountant 20 years ago deciding whether to use tax preparation software or continue to prepare paper tax returns. Putting AI tools into practice should be something that practitioners embrace.
There are many barriers that may deter students from entering and remaining in the profession. Chair of the WSCPA Board of Directors, Andrew Brajcich shares the importance of offering potential CPAs alternative pathways into the profession by rethinking the current 150-credit hour rule.
The WSCPA highlighted mental health awareness throughout the month of May as part of our mission to celebrate and include the authentic, whole person.