Ex-Crazy Eddie CFO’s 10 Tips for Advancing Your Accounting Career

Generally speaking, you can't trust Sam Antar because he's a crook. But when it comes to advice on advancing your accounting career, you can trust these tips. Sam studied under Abe Brilloff at Baruch, graduated in 1980, became a CPA in 1985, worked for Crazy Eddie predecessor auditor Penn Horowitz (which was replaced later by KPMG), and went on to help perpetuate one of the most infamous frauds in the United States. So he knows what he's talking about when it comes to careers.

Let's check out Sam's advice.

Now go forth with that information and be the best little professional you can be!

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