With AI, computers can now process massive databases quickly and offer deeper analyses. But it can also lead to risks.
Different leadership skills are needed as you progress through your career. A new study shows the most important ones.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act removed barriers for U.S. multinationals to repatriate earnings. Did it work?
It’s important to ensure that any new IT implementation delivers gains in both efficiency and effectiveness.
IMA Chair Ginger White reflects on how service and a shared mission create a sense of community and lead to success.
Studying for and earning the CMA has broadened this member’s abilities in everything from auditing to consultations.
IMA is seeking members to join the Editorial Advisory Board for Strategic Finance and Management Accounting Quarterly.
Importing data from Excel requires a proper data structure so the data will be organized for effective use in Access.
A supplier diversity effort requires dedication and commitment but can result in many benefits for the organization.
Effective organizations must have a detailed plan for responding to, not just reacting to, breaches in cybersecurity.
The Taxpayer Advocate Service helps support small businesses as they work through challenges and issues with the IRS.
With the introductions of the Galaxy Fold and Mate X, the foldable smartphone begins its move toward the mainstream.
Create a pivot table that will show a rolling 12 months of sales and have it update automatically.
Under the new revenue recognition standard, taxable revenue may being recognized sooner than before.
This month, we look at the Samsung Galaxy Fold, LG V50 ThinQ 5G, F(x)TecPro1, and Microsoft Hololens-2 AR headset.
Sometimes good-intentioned or normally ethical professionals suffer a lapse in judgment or commit misconduct.
IMA is the perfect “playground” for volunteers because of the varied opportunities at the local, regional, and global levels.
The TEAM approach—Together Everyone Accomplishes More—calls for executing against a strong set of core principles.
Good and bad experiences can lead to the leadership skills that can prepare you for success in life.
The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) named Madelyn Antoncic as its new CEO as of February 2019.
Achieve optimal outcomes in business situations both within an organization and in external relationships.
A report from Vuealta identifies the greatest challenges financial services companies expect to face in the next several years.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce believes proposed tailoring rules could be modified to better help regional and midsized banks.
The Treasury issued regulations on the 20% income tax bracket for small business owners created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The ICMA is proud to announce the list of IMA members who earned their CMA certification in February 2019.