There is a whole world out there where tech meets accounting that I was never exposed to in my 8 years practicing.
In an earlier post, I listed what types of firms and accountants are vulnerable to the Accountapocalypse. Since then, I’ve received a number of tweets, LinkedIn messages and hate mail (thanks guys) centred around this:
Here's one those fraud cases I just can't get my head around.
Huh. This looks familiar.
This morning I linked to a story about a study that ties the willingness to manage earnings to successful careers in corporate accounting departments.
Yesterday, Netflix announced that, effective immediately, it would be providing unlimited parental leave, at full pay, to new moms and dads for a full year.
Public accounting firms are wrapping up their summer internships and unless one did something horrifically wrong, most can expect full-time offers.
In my last post I answered the question of whether CPAs should get an MBA. I said that an MBA makes sense for young CPAs who want to make a career change, provided they go to an MBA program ranked in the top 25 globally.
In an Accountemps survey, 56% of accounting and finance professionals responded that, "they felt only somewhat prepared for their first job after graduation."
We linked to a WSJ article this morning about corporate recruiters complaining about people who renege on their offers.