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3 Ways to Help Your Accounting Staff Be More Successful

Helping someone become truly successful at something is a rare accomplishment. As those in management positions understand well, it’s easy to get people excited about incentives, but enthusiasm wears off quickly. It’s crucial that managers learn how to inspire their employees and help them be successful at the same time. As an accounting firm manager, you are perhaps the primary …

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4 Traits that Prove You are Meant to Be an Accountant

Most of us are called to a specific profession. Some gravitate toward the healthcare field, others toward the world of art, and others toward the arena of finance. The number-loving individuals who choose the latter option often become accountants. Accounting is not for everyone. As every accountant knows, just because someone is good at math doesn’t mean he or she …

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3 Tips for an Easy Transition Into a New Accounting Job

Have you ever noticed the emotional stages of seeking, finding, and beginning a new job? First, the “seeking” stage elicits feelings of desire, frustration, and sometimes hopelessness. Then comes the “finding” stage in which you actually lay hold of the job you’ve wished for. With it comes elation that carries you through the hardest part of the process, which is …

3 Time-Management Tips for Accountants

The vast majority of people have trouble managing time. It seems that just when you think there’s enough time, it escapes you at the speed of light. How often have you made statements like, “If only I had the time, I would,” “Where has the time gone today?” or “I’m running late! I won’t be there on time”? Probably hundreds. …

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How to Give Your CPA Firm a Fun Culture

If someone were to ask you for the definition of company culture, what would you say? John Reh, writer for About Money, says, “A culture is the values and practices shared by the members of the group. Company Culture, therefore, is the shared values and practices of (a) company’s employees.” While this is true, corporate culture is so much more …