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    Specialized Interest Centers

    Overview The AICPA has developed the Audit Quality Centers, as well as a series of AICPA Special Interest Centers to provide valuable resources for CPAs in specialized practice areas
    Published on October 31, 2013

    Untraditional Firm/Company Holiday Traditions

    Article We’ve surveyed young and not-so-young CPAs to find out what kinds of unusual or untraditional holiday traditions they have in their firms and companies. Some of the answers might surprise you! Find out what others are up to; there’s even a video of how one firm improves camaraderie by helping
    Published on November 16, 2013

    Off-the-Hinges Accounting Engagements No Naps for AuditorsOr Controllers

    Article Here’s another profile of a young CPA on an engagement that is truly out of the ordinary. Meet Chris Cobb, an assistant corporate controller with Vera Bradley. Chris traded a career in the Big 4 for corporate accounting; find out why he made the switch and the kinds of activities
    Published on April 15, 2013

    Quirky Careers in Accounting Chicken Counter

    Article In this first article of an occasional series, we examine “quirky” careers in accounting.  Meet Jamie McCoy, who not only had to count chickens, but also take as many as 10 showers a day in order to maintain prescribed health standards.
    Published on May 15, 2012

    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

    Off the Hinges Assignments Kelly Mann and the K-9 Training Team

    Article When you’re a CPA, you can get caught in some of the most interesting—and sometimes a few of the most unnerving situations. This was the case for Kelly Mann. While working late one night on an assignment as a staff auditor for a boat manufacturer, the warehouse she was working
    Published on September 05, 2012

    Breaking borders The journey of Mohamad Al-kawafha

    Article From the hot, dry summers of Jordan to the humidity of Louisiana and Texas, Mohamad Al-kawafha, CPA, CGMA, has experienced his fair share of culture and climate shock, fear of the unknown, and language barriers.
    Published on July 22, 2014

    Be Relevant in a Digital World-Why CPAs Obtain the CITP Credential

    Webcast Whether your current employment or career objective includes public accounting, financial management or consulting, information technology (IT) will impact your success. In this Webcast, find out from three subject matter experts how their CITP Credential and related skills enables them to thrive in today's digital environment.
    Published on June 12, 2012

    Determining Which Specialty is Good for You

    Article While there are many CPAs who are generalists and like working with a diverse group of services, others prefer specializing in just a few areas. Based on your competencies, skills and mindset, which specialty is a good fit for you, and why are specialties important to your car
    Published on September 24, 2012

    Three Ways to Achieve Higher Sales

    Article Okay, so you’re not selling actual “products,” but you are selling “services.” Whether you work in a firm or a company, every one of us have to take part in the selling function. It’s all about starting early, establishing your value, and finding the right opportunities.
    Published on September 19, 2011

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