Young CPA Resources 


    Info, tools and tips for the young, licensed or possibly restless.

    So you’ve started down the path toward official CPA-dom. You’re knocking on the door as we speak. Or maybe you already breezed through the door and are looking for the next adventure. Whatever the case, nice going.

    So, any questions?

    Of course you have questions. Conveniently enough, we’ve got answers – lots of them. Want to know how to ace your next job interview? Trying to find a mentor who might be able to teach you a thing or two that you can really use? Wondering which specializations are most in demand? Ever thought about what it’d be like to lead a team of people twice your age (and with many times your level of experience)?

    If you haven’t ever wondered any of those things, there are probably, oh, a few hundred other questions that will cross your mind as you start planning for your future – immediate as well as long-term. Check out the content areas on this page and start soaking up all of the helpful tips and practical information, from workplace and career issues to volunteer opportunities and the all-important topic of work/life balance.

    And if you’ve got a particular question that’s still in search of an answer, speak up –send us a tweet, like our community, or tap out an old-fashioned email.

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    Leadership is a shared experience

    Article Tommye E. Barie, CPA, chair of the AICPA board of directors, defines leadership as the ability to inspire motivation in others to move toward a desirable vision.
    Published on April 21, 2015

    Making the most of your mentor

    Article The key, according to mentors and mentees, is to seek out mentors everywhere, then, when you find someone who’s a good fit, to consistently work on that relationship.
    Published on April 21, 2015

    5 books young CPAs should consider reading

    Article What should you be reading right now? We asked several successful young CPAs for their personal recommendations. Here’s what they suggested.
    Published on April 21, 2015

    What is your edge

    Article E.D.G.E. is all about your professional role today, your goals for the future and how to close the gap with new leadership and communication skills, technical know-how, expanded career connections and so much more.
    Published on April 17, 2015

    Why you should send top talent to the AICPAs E.D.G.E. Conference

    Article E.D.G.E. is all about your professional role today, your goals for the future and how to close the gap with new leadership and communication skills, technical know-how, expanded career connections and so much more.
    Published on April 08, 2015

    A busy season playlist for young CPAs

    Article We asked several young CPAs why they listen at work and for suggestions that we could use to assemble our very own CPA busy season playlist on Spotify. Here are their suggestions.
    Published on March 17, 2015

    Simple ways women CPAs can succeed at home and the office

    Article Balancing a successful career with an amazing home life can be difficult sometimes. But it is possible to achieve both if you have a plan in place for preventing or dealing with the challenges that we all face.
    Published on March 17, 2015

    Staying professional on social media

    Article Here are some tips for using social media in a way that will help, and not hinder, your career.
    Published on March 17, 2015

    How to impress your managing partner

    Article For a young, ambitious CPA, managing up is just as important as doing what’s listed in the job description. That’s because impressing the managing partner can drastically improve your career development.
    Published on February 17, 2015

    17-year-old becomes one of the worlds youngest CPAs

    Article Through hard work and determination, Belicia Cespedes earned the credential before she was even eligible to vote.
    Published on February 17, 2015

    8 tips for surviving busy season

    Article The 60-hour, six-day workweeks can create a hectic office environment. But if they manage their time correctly and take steps to lower their stress levels, young CPAs can survive and even thrive during this period.
    Published on February 17, 2015

    Itching to quit

    Article Here’s what to consider when you’re trying to decide whether to leave your job or stick it out.
    Published on January 20, 2015

    How to become a globetrotting CPA

    Article Working internationally is exciting and can increase your professional cachet, but it can be difficult to land that first global assignment. If you’re serious about working abroad, start early and plan your career accordingly.
    Published on January 20, 2015

    How to choose the right specialty

    Article It makes good career sense to choose a specialty. It has a huge effect on how much a CPA earns in a career, how successful that career will be, and how much the CPA enjoys the work. But making such a momentous decision can be difficult.
    Published on January 20, 2015

    How to deal with a difficult boss

    Article So, if you’re stuck with a boss who frustrates you, what can you do—aside from polish your résumé?
    Published on December 16, 2014

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