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Everyone has at least one person to thank for guidance down the
path of success. Becoming an accountant is not the easiest
feat. It takes intelligence, sweat, determination, and
fortitude to get the job done professionally, accurately, and
ethically. Whether it's an assistant, mentor from the past,
university professor, family member, or boss, we all have
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Voicemail Messages as Marketing Tools?
A great post by John Jantsch really caught my eye. In fact,
before I read the whole thing, I picked up the phone and
changed my company's main phone greeting....
Are Capitalization Tables the New Social Networking Tool for CFOs and Lawyers?
We all know that CFOs and lawyers are not considered the most
social bees of the bunch. But we do read The Wall Street
Journal quotes that talk about how the CFO or General Counsel
is concerned with "what's in the best interests of the
Product Review: TeleNav + Google Maps = Successful Road Tip
Greetings all. This is a special summer vacation product review
tech tip. My family and I just returned from a weeklong
vacation in which we spent a lot of time driving. I'm sure
every rational person reading this is already thinking that
with gas prices being so high I must have a screw loose. So if
I told you I did so with two children ages four and one, you'd
probably think I was really nuts. Then, if I told you about
halfway into the first day's drive, we realized our one year
old had a stomach virus and proceeded to pass the virus to each
of us over the next couple days, you'd just begin to get an
idea as to how much fun we had on our vacation. But that is a
story for another blog.... :-)
Opinions are still mixed about the coming international
financial reporting standards, or IFRS, but for those who are
less than enthusiastic, it may all be over but the crying.
Before summer is over, the final rules are expected to be
written in stone. IFRS are set by the International Accounting
Standards Board in London, the equivalent of our FASB in
ID theft and foreclosures top list of IRS priorities
Protect client assets in an Alaska trust
Michigan has become the 24th state to enact CPA license
mobility provisions when Governor Jennifer Granholm signed
House Bill 5936. The bill, now Public Act 161 of 2008, was
sponsored by Representative Andy Coulouris (D-Saginaw), chair
of the House Committee on Banking and Financial Services, and
met little resistance throughout the legislative process.
Maryland CPA receives award
Wisconsin-based Vrakas/Blum launches new Web site
David Gannaway, a KPMG forensic accounting director, did not
choose Fordham University for his executive MBA program until
he found out the school offered a trip to China. Gannaway is
like many EMBA candidates - a manager in his 40s with several
years of experience who is increasingly interested in China.
AICPA receives more than 360 minority accounting scholarship applications
Students savor Chinese business experience
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