Search Results

    Page  1 2 3 4
    Showing results 1 - 10 of 33
    Order by:

    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

    How to Avoid the Time-Drain in Volunteer Service

    Article Everyone loves a volunteer, or at least organizations do when someone steps up, raises his or her hand, and makes a commitment. Yet, many groups may take advantage of your goodwill by demanding too much of your time. Here are some scenarios with solutions on what to say and do
    Published on August 19, 2013

    5 Tips You Need to Cross Sell Your Firms Services

    Article What you don’t know about cross selling. Discover tips that are ideal for young CPAs to know—or for that fact, anyone in your firm or organization. Rob Berger, a graduate of the 2012 AICPA Leadership Academy, offers his advice.
    Published on May 14, 2014

    Taking a Vaca Turn off the Technology!

    Article Everyone deserves to take a vacation, yet due to service demand in our profession, choosing the right time of the year to take a break can be challenging. In our always-on environment, do you have to stay connected, and if you don’t, what are the consequences? The answers are based
    Published on September 24, 2012

    Dos and donts for office holiday parties

    Article The office holiday party can feel like a social minefield. It’s hard to know how to navigate this hybrid of work and play.
    Published on December 16, 2014

    Young CPA Infocasts

    Overview To help address the unique career development needs of younger members and those new to the profession, the Young CPA Network offers quarterly web-based presentations covering a variety of workplace, career and leadership topics of interest to young professionals, CPA candidates and newly licensed CPAs.
    Published on October 23, 2013

    Young CPA Profile Chris Ekimoff and the World of Forensic Accounting

    Article How many times can you say you just met a guy whose work seems like it’s straight out of an espionage novel? If that’s the case, then you may be talking about Chris Ekimoff who focuses on forensic accounting in court and in practice. A graduate of the AICPA Leadership
    Published on September 16, 2013

    Preparing to Become a Manager

    Article On the manager track? Here are some suggestions for how to begin to prepare to become a manager.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Sunday Night BluesCan You Survive

    Article When should you stick with your job and when is it time to bail? With your nose constantly to the grindstone, most of us never stop to think about any options. Don’t ignore the warning sign, learn how to spot them and proactively respond.
    Published on December 14, 2011

    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

    Page  1 2 3 4
    Showing results 1 – 10 of 33
    Show Results per page
    Copyright © 2006-2015 American Institute of CPAs.