Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-06-05

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After being dragged down for months by accounting probe, Autodesk reassigns CFO and sees its stock surge

Deborah Clifford, who has been CFO since March 2021, will become chief strategy officer, effective immediately.

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Manager Fined £5K Over Accounting Failures At Law Firm

The managing partner of a northern English law firm has been fined after he failed to obtain accountants’ reports and oversaw a shortage of more than £7,000 ($8,911) in the firm’s client account, the Solicitors Regulation Authority said Monday.

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GASB finds pension standards met objectives

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board released a post-implementation review report on its pension standards and found they mostly accomplished their goals.

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Autodesk Appoints New CFO After Audit Into Recent Accounting Practices

The tech giant says it will change how it books multiyear software subscriptions after an audit committee found lower revenue in the end years of such deals was accounted for incorrectly.

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Taking her firm forward

Laura Sprouse, the new CEO of Top 100 Firm Brown Edwards, shares her path to leadership, and where she’s taking her firm in the future.

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