Blake and David discuss the latest cloud accounting news, including a California law that means chatbots have to disclose they’re not human, a survey showing that 73% think it's OK to text clients after business hours, Walmart's recent layoffs of hundreds of accountants in Charlotte, an MYOB glitch that sent personal payroll information to the wrong recipients, the no. 1 challenge blocking controllership transformation, stats showing that representation of black accountants in the profession has improved little over the last 50 years, and a proposal to allow for adaptive-learning CPE.
00:05 - This episode is sponsored by AutoEntry
00:53 - Welcome to the Cloud Accounting Podcast!
07:21 - 73% Think It's OK to Text Clients After Business Hours | SmallBizTrends
10:28 - Layoff Watch ’19: Walmart Accountants and Finance Workers In Charlotte, NC | Going Concern
14:58 - MYOB glitch sees 220 payment summaries sent in error | Accountants Daily
14:59 - This episode is sponsored by FloQast
17:41 - Deloitte flash poll: "What is your organization’s biggest challenge associated with controllership transformation?"
21:43 - Fifty Years, Little Progress for Black Accountants | Bloomberg Tax
23:47 - Proposal would enable adaptive-learning CPE self-study for CPAs | Journal of Accountancy
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