If you’re an ambitious accounting professional, you might have the title of CFO on your career bucket list. Chief financial officers are quickly becoming the most indispensable and sought after talent for any organization.
Accountingfly’s Meet The Firms Week is coming to an internet near you from Monday, October 3rd, to Friday, October 7th.
<= They're just acting interested.
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.
I like this CFO article on finance chiefs who prefer startups. Had I not bailed on my accounting and finance career for the glamorous world of writing on the internet, I think I would've pursued this route.
You probably spat out your cornflakes reading this. I know I would. Like you, I clock a pretty standard 80 - 100 work week. I look at my friends who work 40 hours a week who complain about 5 hours overtime like this:
Think before you answer.
This morning I linked to a story about a study that ties the willingness to manage earnings to successful careers in corporate accounting departments.
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.