https://youtu.be/X1A_VkpOxN8 Oh hey fellow accountants! If you are not yet certified or maybe considering adding an accounting certification, this video is for you. I am a CPA, certified public accountant, but there are many other accounting certifications that you can choose from. Choosing an accounting certification that makes sense will depend on a number of [...]
https://youtu.be/jHAwnoACKxQ Could we be spending too much time working? Judging by how active we all are on social media, my guess would be no. We can all agree, however, that finding the perfect balance between work and life is important. In today’s post I am breaking down whether or not work-life balance is attainable in [...]
The amount of time that I spent preparing to fail the CPA exam is truly astonishing. Early on in my CPA journey I gave myself months to prepare for each section so that I could "take my time" with the material and be sure to pass. Rather than use this additional study time to actually study, I did things like create new Pinterest boards and search Beyonce hashtags on Instagram. I found myself going from a relaxed, "I have three months" to a panicked "I have three days."
At last, tax season is upon us and for those receiving refunds, now is the time to live in the lap of luxury, right? Wrong, 2020 is all about making boss moves and stepping into our greatness. While nothing says greatness like a new designer handbag we can't truly afford, I have another idea for how to spend that refund. Today I am going over ten grown up ways to spend your tax refund.
So if you have been putting off the CPA exam because you work full-time and believe you can't do both-I am your reminder that you can. If anyone knows the anguish of coming home after a long day of debits and credits and listening to a lecture on bonds, it would be. Studying for the CPA exam while working full time can be kind of trash- I am not going to lie. That is why today’s video is all about making the process less painful.
Oh hey! In today’s post I’m walking you through how to find direct labor spending and efficiency variances. This approach is what worked for me and I think it’s fairly easy to follow. Please let me know if you find it helpful. https://youtu.be/lZZDorG6tLc
I get it, I get it. It’s homecoming season, football season, cuffing season, and so on. The holidays are just around the corner and you can already imagine the scent of sweet potato pie baking in your family’s kitchen (yes, sweet potato because we only use pumpkins as props where I’m from). If your mind has started to drift and you feel the semester starting to fall apart, allow me to redirect your attention.
It's that season! Many of you are starting new internships this summer and you want to make a great impression. There are so many things to consider when doing an internship and it can be overwhelming if this is your first professional job. I would suggest you read my old post, Internship Do's and Don'ts before starting. Now let's be clear, being a good intern is cool but it's not enough. You want to set yourself a part and show that you are worthy of that full time offer. Here are my top three ways to stand out as an intern.
The time has finally come for you to walk (or strut) across that stage and turn your tassel. You've worked tirelessly for this moment and it's finally here. Now that you've earned your degree in accounting, you probably have a cute little idea about how your future will play out. Here are a couple of things to consider.