Saving strategies for Generation X
Between the Baby Boomer and Millennial generations are the Gen Xers (early 40s to mid-50s), who grew up in interesting times. This is the ‘latch-key’ and the ‘MTV’ generation, often children of working parents.
By Bryan Sommer Sep 16, 2021 Share
Doughnut Economics and the push for regenerative, distributive systems
How a radical business model is changing the goal for business
By Mia Maki and Douglas Stuart Sep 13, 2021 Share
Understanding the need for an ESG strategy
“If Canada is to meet its long-term objectives, sustainable finance must become, simply, finance. In other words, climate change opportunity and risk management need to become business-as-usual in financial services, and embedded in everyday business decisions, products and services.”
By Lori Mathison Sep 9, 2021 Share
Celebrating CFE success!

Meet the two BC writers who made the May 2021 CFE National Honour Roll

By CPABC in Focus Sep 8, 2021 Share
One cool customer: New CPABC chair Karen Horcher, FCPA, FCGA, CFA, has a knack for navigating uncertainty
She doesn’t consider herself a natural risk-taker, but Karen Horcher is definitely cool under pressure.
By Michelle McRae Sep 7, 2021 Share
Looking ahead: CPAs weigh in on the future of work
Here's what CPABC members had to say about the future landscape for employers and employees.
By Daniel Berardo and Nicole Clendinning Sep 7, 2021 Share
Adding value: Adaptive CFOs lean in
How do you bring more value to your role? For today’s CFO, the expectation is not only to provide counsel to the CEO, but also to identify strategic opportunities for the business that will produce evolution and growth and lead to new opportunities.
By Leah Giesbrecht Sep 1, 2021 Share

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