Accountingfly's featured job this week is an International Senior Tax Manager with Armanino, LLP in San Jose, California.
My Intermediate Accounting I professor was a quirky guy. He wore Adidas windpants and t-shirts to class, ate peppermint candies constantly and always complained about how hot it was, even in the dead of winter.
Are you feeling bad about yourself? Is it your looks? A crummy job? The lack of direction in your life? Professional failings? The sorry state of your personal balance sheet?
Personal finance blogger Bridget Eastgaard coined the term Bootstrapping Millennial Martyr in her blog about the rhetoric about the Yelp Employee speaking out about her cost of living struggles. The Twitterverse was clearly in two camps:
Accountingfly's featured job this week is a Senior Audit Accountant with Perkins & Co. in Portland, Oregon.
Before flying to the US last month, there was a mad frenzy of work, as associates swarmed around trying to make sure their jobs got signed off before I left. Heaven forbid it wait a few weeks for my return.
Vault put out its Accounting 50 today and shrug. It's fine if you like rankings and things. For me, the real gems are the employee reviews that are buried deep in the site.
Accountingfly's featured job this week is a Staff Accountant with Sikich, LLP in Springfield, Illinois.
Are you an accountant who's thinking about law school? We were curious about the transition from accounting into a legal career, so we found someone who could answer a few questions.
Accountingfly's featured job this week is for a Tax Senior Manager with Ostrow, Reisin, Berk & Abrams in Chicago.