Off-the-Hinges Accounting Engagements No Naps for AuditorsOr Controllers
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...
Published on April 15, 2013
Off the Hinges Assignments Kelly Mann and the K-9 Training Team
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
Want to be More Productive Think About It!
As a young professional, how do you get more done in less time? Aside from inventing a 30-hour workday, there are several schools of thought. Which one do you fall in? Learn how to change your thinking to adapt to the method that makes the most sense for you and
Published on September 19, 2011
The Top 10 Things Young CPAs Should Focus On For Their Careers
Move over David Letterman! Here is our Top 10 list of career builders, boosts, and benefits, all designed to help you improve your short-term goals and long-term aspirations.
Published on February 09, 2012
F is for Fraud A Discussion With Marc Filer
Do you have the right stuff to work in fraud, forensics and litigation support? In today’s firm or company, there are many accounting career opportunities in niche practice areas, and one of the most interesting of all of these is fraud.
Published on October 26, 2011
Managing Relationships After a Promotion
Healthy workplace relationships are vital to your happiness and success. Being promoted doesn’t spell the end of those relationships; what it means a change in how the friendship is structured. It may take patience. Here are some pointers on how to address some of the more difficult situations that may
Published on December 10, 2012
Mind Your Manners
In our time-crunched, fast-paced work environments opportunities to tarnish our professional reputations abound. This article features business etiquette tips to help you avoid costly social missteps that could dampen your career prospects.
Published on January 28, 2011