An insightful examination of the best ways for healthcare providers to better measure and manage costs and value.
Organizations need to go the extra mile and not only ensure the security of their data but safeguard its privacy as well.
Nurturing company-wide attitudes, perceived norms, and perceived control fosters an improved environment for whistleblowing.
How companies complete Schedule UTP provides the IRS with greater insight into the various uncertain tax positions being reported.
One of the first people to ever sit for the CMA exam reflects on a career consistently bolstered by the CMA.
More than 730 board members and executives reported on the top risks their organizations will face in 2017.
Membership with IMA provides access to a wealth of tools and resources to help you develop your leadership skills.
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An ability to adapt to change is the key to surviving in today’s business environment. CMAs provide this edge.
Even the most high-profile tech luminaries were vulnerable to being hacked in 2016. Is a quantum satellite the answer?
As the new year begins, IMA Chair Marc Palker offers five career-advancing actions to add to your list of resolutions.
Management accountants need to remain ahead of the IT curve, learning about blockchain and its potential business impact.
There are a couple of solutions to consider when the MATCH formula won’t recognize matching items in two lists.
The need for trust in business hasn’t changed over time—another. reason to ensure it remains at the core of business values.
IMA President and CEO Jeffrey Thomson offers a reminder for the new year: At IMA, members always come first.
Taxpayers can now self-certify that they qualified for an exemption to the 60-day limit for an IRA rollover.
Designing an effective database begins with the how you organize and structure the data within tables.
The Power of Business Improvement, by Susan Page, provides a step-by-step road map for business process improvement.
The following IMA members became CMAs between November 1, 2016, and November 31, 2016:
The final rule includes an exemption for select types of loans that don’t present a risk of earning stripping.
The proposal to reduce corporate disclosure has met with heavy resistance from public interest, consumer, and other groups.
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