Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-05-31

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‘Big Four’ Accounting Firm Becomes OpenAI’s Largest ChatGPT Enterprise Customer

OpenAI has secured a significant deal with PwC, with the accounting and consulting giant set to become the largest customer of OpenAI’s ChatGPT Enterprise. This development comes as OpenAI intensifies its enterprise sales efforts.

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ISCA’s Whitepaper reveals that accountancy and finance professionals can augment 60% to 100% of critical work functions

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach Newswire – 29 May 2024 – Advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) would be a game-changer for the accountancy industry. The

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Non-profit accounting guidance out for consultation

Plans to develop the first International Non-Profit Accounting Guidance (INPAG) for non-profits has stepped up a gear with a final consultation

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Chinese scientists advocate for fair carbon accounting based on consumption

A new study by Chinese scientists, released on May 29 in Shanghai, has called for the use of consumption-based accounting (CBA) in calculating global carbon emissions in order to help make allocating responsibility for reducing emissions just and fair.

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Gen Z is tired of being called lazy

Gen Z accounting interns believe the biggest misconception about their generation is that they don’t want to work hard, according to a new KPMG survey.

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