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Feeling a lull in your CPA Journey? Don't be discouraged.

You may be feeling in a bit of a rut in your CPA journey or even some discouragement from the new version of the CPA Exam and the updated score release timetables. There is always going to be some unique adversity when pursuing a goal, but here are some reasons to keep your head up and move

The Founding Fathers - The First Auditors

Fourth of July week is here! There's plenty to do - beach parties to go to, watermelon to eat, and fireworks to see. This is the 241st commemoration of the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America. Historically young, the United States has experienced growth alongside the rest

You shouldn't forget the lessons your summer job taught you

Summer is officially here and brings back memories of younger days, less worry, and for most of us, our first job. High schoolers usually enter the workforce for the first time during summer vacations. Fewer students these days get to experience and mature in this way as sport and scholastic

CPA's, these three tips could save you and your clients thousands of dollars every year.

As a professional in the finance and business, accountants are usually way ahead of the game when it comes to analyzing their budgets, but sometimes assuming you are an expert can lull you into thinking there are no improvements to be made. Regardless of how on top of your finances you are there

Shark Tank's Mr. Wonderful Has Wonderful News for CPAs at AICPA Engage

Earlier this month The Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary was a keynote speaker at the AICPA ENGAGE Conference and had encouraging news for the CPA. There has been a lot of talk about the impact technology and robotics will have on business operations. Mark Cuban, O'Leary's counterpart on Shark Tank,

Are Millennials the Misunderstood Generation

The topic of Millenials is not going away anytime soon, but while a lot has been said and written degating what type of people they are and will be, they have been busy building their professional life. They've gone from new kids on the block to influencers - freshman in the workforce to Chief

If you're going to be the funny co-worker, do it right.

We've all got our roles at work. There's the girl who always brings in food for the office, the coffee runner, the extra helper who's always willing to pitch in, and of course, the funny one. Humor can be a touchy area. You're not a stand-up comic, so there is definitely a lot that is off limits

Growing with your clients: How to build on an existing relationship

With a growing number of startups becoming successful your company is likely to experience the change of reality when dreams turn to success. The small company you started working with will turn big profits and their business model, as well as the way you approached them in the beginning, will

Increase your professional potential by becoming a great icebreaker

When it comes to generating new business, it's going to be those who are not only proactive but also proficient at building relationships with individuals and companies. How do you prepare for the initial conversation? What's the best way to earn trust and show the value you bring? Beginning this

How to successfully transition into your first accounting job

When you're a bleary-eyed sweatpant-clad student studying for the CPA exam, it can be hard to imagine wearing a suit and tie the next month. In fact, it can be hard to take on a lot of the new responsibilities and different atmospheres that come with the job. The focus changes on getting a 75 or