Opinion

Merge Gupta-Sunderji

How to prosper in the age of accounting robots

Three strategies for embracing rather than fearing artificial intelligence
Al Rosen

Stark regulatory differences between Canada and U.S. belie claims of audit independence

There’s a difference between good audit reviews and good audits, says Al Rosen
Andrew Knapman

Should accounting students buy CPA PEP third-party courses and materials?

The pros and cons of buying from CPA program prep companies
Bridget Noonan

How much is a Canadian accounting firm currently selling for?

Bridget Noonan of Clearline Consulting on the factors that determine the valuation of small accounting practices
David J. Rotfleisch

CRA discipline statistics shockingly low for number of service complaints

Tax lawyer David Rotfleisch says taxpayer abuse should be disciplined as well
David J. Rotfleisch

A world of difference between CRA civil and criminal tax audits

The Income Tax Act is clear on Canada Revenue Agency civil and criminal audits. But what happens when the goal of a CRA civil audit is to lay criminal charges?
Andrew Knapman

Five practical tips for when you’re writing CPA PEP exams

Here’s how CPA BC student Andrew Knapman found success on his CPA exams
Andrew Knapman

Five winning mental strategies for writing CPA PEP exams

You’re in the CPA examination room. How should you approach your PEP exam to ensure your success?
Andrew Knapman

Writing a CPA PEP exam? Get ready with these five insider tips

Your CPA exam is just days away. Here is how CPA student blogger Andrew Knapman prepares 
Al Rosen

14 questions for the future of the audit profession

Weak standards, culture and court decisions need to be discussed, says Al Rosen
David J. Rotfleisch

Canada Revenue Agency farcical in treatment of taxpayers

David Rotfleisch on CRA behaviour, from malicious prosecution to the dead parrot voluntary disclosures program
Andrew Knapman

Secrets to reducing stress in the CPA professional education program

A few final thoughts on succeeding during Core 1, from student Andrew Knapman