Some celebrities are so invested in a particular food or beverage that it even bears their name.

CPA Canada, AmCham Canada and the AICPA are requesting that each government recognize the tax benefits provided by the other for tax-deferred and tax-exempt savings plans. Plus, Canada now has its first online-only approved training office for CPA students.

Athletic wear is not just for yoga anymore.

Employees in general, and millennials in particular, need to understand what is going on when firm policies appear to be breached.

An Arizona lawmaker has been indicted for food-stamp fraud, while police in Waterloo, Ont., are warning the public about troubling telephone scams in the area.

The value of tourist events should be measured by the benefit they bring to the public — not their economic spinoffs.

Disclosure of estimation uncertainty is required for a key reason: to provide users of a financial statement with the best information available.

Computers are getting very smart, very quickly. If they can do the job you’re training for, you’d better reconsider your path.

The Android is the most-used phone among CPAs in nearly all age groups and regions, according to our latest reader poll.

Participation in workplace wellness programs is higher when leaders are supportive. Plus, progress is being made toward finding treatment for fear-related conditions.

In June, the University of Calgary announced it had paid cybercriminals $20,000 to unlock frozen staff and faculty email following a “ransomware” attack. Here’s some data on the rise of computer hijackings.

Here’s our roundup of the latest in enterprise resource planning software.

CPA Magazine’s Editor-in-chief, Okey Chigbo, introduces the features in the September 2016 issue.

The accountant for an infamous Colombian drug cartel is demanding US$1 billion from Netflix, and the first federal credit union has opened its doors to Canadians.

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