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So many industry events, so little time. To whittle down the list, we picked our top 10 conferences for accounting, finance, audit, risk, and compliance professionals to consider before the end of 2018.

Changes are on the horizon for reporting teams. The SEC is moving forward with iXBRL, and XBRL US wants to bring data standards to government reports. Read our recaps and reactions.

We sat down with the Workiva product team to learn more about the new Workiva Prep solution, how it works, and what the future holds. Hear how finance teams are transforming their FP&A with data preparation.

With the right technology, internal auditors can lead innovation. Read more top takeaways from the 2018 Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Leadership Academy and Houston annual conference.

Future of FP&A on Display at Host Analytics Perform

From a faster financial close to more robust reporting, the future of finance was on display at the Host Analytics conference. See what we learned at the event.

3 Key Findings from the Policy Management by Design Workshop

Michael Rasmussen of GRC 20/20 shared insights on the current state of policy management.

Guest blogger Gary Simon shares results from a recent FSN Survey. See why CFOs are looking to innovate in the finance function—and what's standing in their way.

Make your voice heard in the Workiva User Conference Idea Lab

The Workiva User Conference is many things—a hub of education, an industry networking event, a place to mingle with thought leaders, and a way to earn 15+ CPE credits in just a few days. This year, it is even more than that.

For the past four years, the conference has also been connecting Wdesk users with Workiva developers to make their visions for the future of Wdesk a reality.

These dreams come to life in the Idea Lab and are guided by one single mantra: our users are the best people to know what we should be building.

internal control and documentation

A recent SEC finding yields some important reminders for internal control and audit professionals.

Your Guide to the 2018 US GAAP Taxonomy Update

The SEC released the 2018 US GAAP Taxonomy. Take a closer look at the disclosure changes that are most likely to impact filers.

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