For those of you that have been following me online for a while, you’ll probably know one of the early experiments I ran at Accodex was, “How do I build a firm where I can get a 19-year-old to do the work of a CPA in one-third the time.”
When you visit most accounting firm websites, you see poorly designed pages that offer no valuable content. They don’t address clients’ needs, they don’t encourage interaction and fail to drive users deeper into the site. Plus, no Game of Thrones recaps.
The accounting profession is in a weird place. Maybe that’s too polite; the profession is in a demonstrably fucked up place. This is obvious to some people, not so obvious to others.
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The AICPA reports that Excel's ubiquity in the accounting profession caused a bunch of people to suggest "use of Excel in the CPA Exam to create an authentic user experience."
Some of their technology is older than we are.
This should keep you from asking us to make an app for awhile
The less time you dedicate to this, the better.
Can't they just, like, work out a tax break to Microsoft or something?
Because ain't nobody got time for that.