Back when I was a tax associate, my colleagues and I would watch the Hoops and Yoyo “It’s Sarcastic Wednesday.” The part that cracked me up the most was when they say, “I’ll do large amounts of free work for a slice of pepperoni!” But why is it so funny (but not really funny at the same time)?
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A large part of any accountant's job is to write boring answers to boring questions.
Traveling this holiday season? Here’s a little food for thought: What if you could get to your destination 2.6x faster? Say, LA to NY in just under 2 hours? Yes, please?!
Plus, an accountant behaving badly worthy of Nigeria, cyber Monday, bad apologies the Double Dare obstacle course and more.
Giving thanks is important.
Plus, Thanksgiving stuff, robots might not take your job after all and a hipster nativity scene.
Plus, Dow 19000, lots of bad accountants, a stupid move at an interview and more
Last year, the only second-tier accounting firm not going by its inititals, Grant Thornton, announced a new paid-time off policy that would allow its employees to take unlimited vacation.
You’ve heard the old joke: How can you tell when a lawyer is lying? It’s easy. Their lips are moving.