Columnas de Opinión

  • El futuro de la auditoría
    El futuro de la auditoría
    • Abril 16, 2019

    El Diario Financiero RENZO CORONA SOCIO PRINCIPAL DE PWC CHILE ¿Se puede auditar el futuro? ¿Sirve para algo opinar sobre lo que todavía no ha ocurrido? ¿El informe de auditoría puede anticipar las situaciones de crisis de las compañías y, en consecuencia, de las economías? En principio parece que la respuesta a todas esas interrogantes

  • Hoy se vota la idea de legislar
    Hoy se vota la idea de legislar
    • Abril 12, 2019

    Francisco Lyon, Socio líder de Tax & Legal de KPMG en CNN.

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Noticias

  • Yellow Book revisions update independence guidance
    • Abril 18, 2019

    April 17, 2019 Published: Journal of Accountancy By Catherine R. Allen, CPA, and Nancy Miller, CPA Auditors performing engagements under generally accepted government auditing standards (GAGAS) are subject to new rules reinforcing the principles of transparency and accountability under revisions published by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in July 2018. The revised standards (also

  • Technology and the Profession–A Guide to ICAEW’s Work
    • Abril 17, 2019

    April 15, 2019 Published: IFAC By: David Lyford-Smith Since the 1990s, ICAEW has had an IT Faculty – a group of technology and accounting experts who are the “Voice of IT for ICAEW”.  The group helps produce guidance and thought leadership relating to the place of technology in the accountancy profession, researches the effects of

  • The GDPR’s transparency obligations are difficult but not impossible
    • Abril 16, 2019

    April 11, 2019 Published: ICAEW The EU GDPR is one the most significant changes in privacy in the past two decades, and companies need to fully understand its implications according to ICAEW. In its new guide, Data Protection and Transparency, ICAEW explains the transparency principle of the GDPR and gives essential guidance on how to comply

  • Ways to keep your talented CPAs
    • Abril 15, 2019

    April 8, 2019 Published: Journal of Accountancy By: Sarah Ovaska-Few Flexible scheduling can ward off burnout and help retain staff. Holding on to good people is a challenge, especially in the accounting profession, where the demand for skilled CPAs is high. To help with that, many firms have policies on the books allowing employees to