July 16, 2018

Los Angeles Accountants, We Want to Hear From You

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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 helping us make Going Concern better. Hey, and if you finish the survey and want to share even more, email us your thoughts. We’re all ears. Thanks, you have our undying gratitude.

Also, this is a good time to remind everyone to check our new jobs and career page, Gigs. Skim through the current jobs listed and sign up to receive email alerts when new opportunities in Los Angeles, New York, and other select cities become available. If you have no idea what Gigs is, check out our announcement from a couple weeks back to learn more.

And if you’re an employer that’s interested in working with Gigs, get in touch with us to learn more. Okay? Okay. Good talk.

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Our Speculation About the Motivation Behind Deloitte’s Most Recent Survey

heelys.jpgBig accounting firms like doing surveys. We’ve often thought about the motivation behind the constant surveys and further wonder if firms ever josh the numbers around out of a personal vendetta against its rivals, enemies, former clients, etc.
Deloitte’s survey that states that American consumers are planning on spending less this back-to-school season causes us to speculate as to why the Big D would do such a survey? It’s a nice little press release we suppose. Shows that the firm is plugged into the current state of the economy, etc., etc. But then we got to thinking about how Heelys, the obnoxious shoes with wheels, recently dumped Deloitte because their fees were too high in favor of Grant Thornton.
Far be it from us to speculate about the temperament of a Big 4 accounting firm when it has business swiped away by a second-tier firm but isn’t it possible that Deloitte is bitter about the whole sitch? Isn’t it possible that Deloitte is merely putting out this survey as a way to scare consumers out of spending money on back-to-school junk like Heelys?
Back-to-School Shoppers Plan to Spend Less, Save More [Bloomberg]