You are involved in the community for all the right reasons. You are giving back and helping others. You’ve also heard it’s a path into the higher echelons of the local business community and a way to get business. How does this happen?
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Accountingfly's featured job this week is a Senior Audit Accountant with Buchbinder Tunick & Co. LLP in Bethesda, MD.
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Accountingfly's featured job this week is a Tax Preparer with Ryan & Coscia, P.C. in Salem, MA.
Back when I was a tax associate, my colleagues and I would watch the Hoops and Yoyo “It’s Sarcastic Wednesday.”
People are taught: “One way of getting new business is getting involved at a non-profit.” You should be getting involved for different reasons, specifically a belief in the cause and a desire to give back to your community.
Accountingfly's featured job this week is an Accounting Tax Manager with Pershing Yoakley and Associates in Knoxville, TN.
Accountingfly's featured job this week is a Senior Accountant with Johnson Advisors in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Gone are the days of meticulously color coding client folders, strategically placing sticky flags and paper summation tapes, and making perfectly placed tickmarks on each beautiful sheet of paper.