Determining Which Specialty is Good for You
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
3 Steps to Building Your Career
Young CPAs want to stand out in their firms and companies to get promoted, excel, etc. Here are some ways to do that, including obtaining credentials (and we would list the AICPA credentials with links), actively seeking business opportunities, serving as a valued asset the company through smarter uses of
Published on September 16, 2013
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
Specializations & Credentials
Specializations and credentials are a great way to steer your career path toward something that’s in demand, something that could give your career a boost or something that you’ve always been interested in.
Published on September 05, 2013
The EDGE- June 2013
The Edge e-newsletter provides tips and tools of interest to young professionals, including articles on building career resiliency, networking for success, and deprioritizing the immediate to focus on the important.
Published on October 25, 2013
Interview Dos and Donts
Whether you’re interviewing to hire for a position in your firm or company, or it’s been several years since you’ve interviewed yourself, you should know what you can, and can’t ask, in a job interview. What matters most: the person or the qualifications? The results might surprise you!
Published on September 05, 2012
Maintaining a Non-Biased Workplace
Do you foster an inclusive work environment? As a supervisor, future team leader, or partner, the way you perceive people of different gender, lifestyle, and race can have a very positive, or sometimes negative, impact on your hiring decisions, annual evaluation reviews, and other areas.
Published on October 19, 2011