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What do marijuana, busy season, Uber, and auditing all have in common? Well, not a whole lot, unless you really stretch your imagination. However, we're turning to five excellent accounting blogs to cover these timely topics.
Make a difference.
How can your skills as a CPA transfer into the world of volunteering? Check out our infographic and see how your accounting skills can benefit volunteer organizations around the world.
Upgrade your tech and transparency.
If you picture all millennials as trend-hopping youngsters dressed in funny hats and crazy glasses, you should adjust your mental image. Many members of this generation are old enough to remember life before the Internet.
Stay on your A-game.
The barbaric invaders stomp across your brain. They carry torches and pitchforks, and they have strange names like Child Credit, Reinvested Dividends, and Charitable Contributions. You snap awake from the nightmare.
A real-life claim situation.
Countless accountants pursue comprehensive continued education to prevent harmful claims. If you stay current with ever-changing tax laws, you create an extra layer of protection for your career and your firm.
Surpass your firm's financial goals.
Are your New Year's resolutions written in pencil or etched in stone? Whether you're fully committed to your 2017 goals or still searching for motivation, you should take a closer look at your accounting firm's Facebook page.
Big data and the future of business intelligence tools.
Like most professions, accounting has been fundamentally altered by modern computer technology. As an accountant, you keep your work organized, productive, accurate, and efficient by using digital spreadsheets. However, the relationship between business intelligence (BI) tools and modern technology is more symbiotic than you might realize.
Know what your customers are thinking.
Have you ever experienced a job interview where the questioning was more like an interrogation than a conversation?
Take a look at the dollars and cents that fuel elections.
Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton seems to be playing out like a boxing match instead of a presidential race. The idea of fighting fair has been thrown out the window, as both candidates deliver low blows and questionable hits.
A look inside the minds of a growing customer base.
Millennials represent the largest living generation in the United States, but they contribute to an unfavorable number: $1 trillion in outstanding student loans. The average debt for a 2014 college graduate was $33,000 according to debt.org, and that figure continues to rise.