June 24, 2018

Announcements

Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Accounting Firm Compensation Threads Have Moved to Open Items

Our former-editor-in-chief-now-editor-at-large has been receiving emails lately asking if we will still be doing compensation threads this year. The answer is yes, but with a twist. Because comments have been disabled on all Going Concern articles, it makes absolutely no sense to post the open compensation threads on the homepage, as Caleb had done in […]

Thanks, This Has Been Fun

It’s with a mixture of sadness and relief that I’m announcing that after nine years I’m stepping down as Going Concern’s editor at the end of the month. It’s been a good run, and now it’s time for me to do something else. Don’t worry; you’ll be fine.

That’s (Mostly) It for Comments

This summer, Going Concern turns nine. Over that time, the site has changed a lot — to the chagrin of some, to the delight of others. In any case, one of the mainstays during this time has been the comments on articles. This week will bring more change to the site, as we’ve been working […]

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Money, Technical Stuff, and a Comment Box: This Is the New Open Items

Attention, friends and accountants — we have a little more news to share. Yesterday we announced our partnership with FloQast, and alluded to an enhanced Open Items. I wasn’t joking; we have made some enhancements and improvements to your favorite accounting forum on the whole wide internet. I’ll take just a few minutes of your […]

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Announcing Our Partnership with FloQast, the Startup Built by CPAs

Okay, some big news. Going Concern’s been at this for the better part of a decade, and one of our big goals for awhile now has been to produce more content for our readers who leave public accounting for industry. Which, let’s face it, most of you are going to do. You hear about us […]

Programming Note

You may have noticed that the site has gone semi-dark the last couple of days. Our esteemed editor received a visit from the stork on Monday, so publishing will be a little quieter for a few weeks. The Accounting News Roundup and its daily newsletter will be on hiatus during this time. Open Items will, […]

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Hey Atlanta, Come Hear Us Yak About the Gig Economy and the Accounting Profession

If you’re an accountant in the Atlanta area and aren’t busy on October 18th, don’t make plans; we have you covered. The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants USA is hosting representatives from Going Concern, Accountingfly, and Beech Valley Solutions will be there in the flesh to discuss how the gig economy is affecting the hunt […]

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How To Connect With Going Concern

As a courtesy to you, the Going Concern community, we’ll take this opportunity to remind you of all the places on the internet where you can find us. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Pinterest And if none of those float your boat, just get us via email, with either the daily Accounting News Roundup or our […]

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Los Angeles Accountants, We Want to Hear From You

The publishing overlords who run this here site would like to survey Los Angeles accountants. If that’s you, kindly take this short survey on working and living in the L.A. area. If you’re not in the L.A. area but are in Southern California region, go ahead and take the survey. It’s harmless, plus you’ll be […]

Say Hello to Gigs, Our New Home for Accounting Jobs

Hey there, notice anything different? Whoa, wait, that was like six months ago. I have to start paying closer attention to the calendar. Yes, Going Concern’s new look isn’t so new anymore, but we are still working behind the scenes to continue to make it better. Today we’re sharing a new resource in our Careers […]