CPABC in Focus serves as the voice of the accounting profession in BC. Published six times a year, it is distributed to approximately 30,000 CPA members, students, and candidates. Each issue focuses on professional matters facing the accounting profession, ranging from taxation and changes to standards, to ethical dilemmas and a broad variety other topical subjects.
CPABC in Focus – Jan/
In this issue: With five generations in the workforce, how can businesses tap into the potential and wisdom of each generation to enhance performance, build collaborative teams, and harness the power of diversity? Research expert Olivia McIvor shares her insights on generational diversity in our cover story.
Plus: Profiles of the BC writers who made the September 2021 National CFE Honour Roll; five key tax forms Canadians need for the 2021 tax year; three common communication pitfalls and how to avoid them; a refresher on BC's temporary PST rebate program; tips to strengthen your writing skills, and more!
CPABC in Focus Articles in Newsroom
Meet the BC writers who excelled on the September 2021 CFE
COVID-19 impacts have put financial pressure on many businesses and not-for-profit organizations, especially in certain sectors, resulting in reduced revenues and cash pressures. And while the government has provided substantial funding assistance since the pandemic started, this support is now in sunset mode, which means more CPAs will likely have to help their employers or clients manage through cash difficulties.
Meet the two BC writers who made the May 2021 CFE National Honour Roll
BC Check-Up: Live report looks at demographic and affordability trends across the province
How KPMG GVA is supporting wellness and destigmatizing illness
Meet the 10 candidates from BC and Yukon who made the National Honour Roll.
Geoffrey Dodds, CPA, CA, embraces his role as chair of the CPABC board even as COVID-19 continues to disrupt norms.
Report recommends measures to maintain CPA training pipeline and meet future demand