Valuing your workforce: Why the accounting profession should focus on intangibles, not operating costs

Nick A. Shepherd on assessing the value of a workforce in an asset-light economy

Sunday News Roundup 22.08.14: DST, WFH, CRA and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news

Congratulations! 1,640 aspiring Canadian accountants pass the May 2022 CFE

16 writers from across Canada make the national honour roll in their journey to become chartered professional accountants

Aspiring CPA accounting students nervously await results of the May 2022 CFE

Results of the Common Final Examination available at 10 a.m. EDT today

Valuing your workforce: Why the accounting profession should focus on intangibles, not operating costs

Nick A. Shepherd on assessing the value of a workforce in an asset-light economy

Sunday News Roundup 22.08.14: DST, WFH, CRA and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news

Congratulations! 1,640 aspiring Canadian accountants pass the May 2022 CFE

16 writers from across Canada make the national honour roll in their journey to become chartered professional accountants

Aspiring CPA accounting students nervously await results of the May 2022 CFE

Results of the Common Final Examination available at 10 a.m. EDT today

Allan Lanthier: OECD Global Tax Series

Thought Leaders

The United States has rejected the OECD minimum tax. Canada should as well – Part I

Allan Lanthier: We should not hamstring our job creators at the precise time when our giant competitor to the south has rejected the tax
Thought Leaders

The United States has rejected the OECD minimum tax. Canada should as well – Part II

Allan Lanthier: The OECD rules were developed by committee after committee and compromise after compromise, and it shows

Accounting News

Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.08.07: Economic pessimism, tired leaders, rising insolvencies and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.07.31: Big Four split, CPA salaries and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Practice

Expert witness perils in SR&ED appeals

Stevan Novoselac of Gowling WLG on practical considerations for resolving SR&ED appeals, in light of a recent decision by the Federal Court of Appeal
Profession

Accounting industry resilient, surpasses pre-pandemic levels: StatCan

The accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services sector posted modest but stable revenue growth in the past three years
Profession

PCAOB publishes three Canadian accounting firm inspection reports

US audit regulator provides transparency into Canadian audit deficiencies



Special Report: Less is more in new audit engagements at Canadian Big Four accounting firms

KPMG led rivals in net new audit clients but PwC scored the biggest win in 2021



Remote life: How to hire and retain accounting professionals

It's hard to find and retain capable staff in a cloud-based practice, when anyone can work from anywhere, says Bianca Mueller of Wagepoint