Oh hey fellow accountants -bored much? This is the time of year when many accounting jobs (public specifically) start to simmer down and things get to be a little slower at work. If that’s not the case for you right now, surely it will be at some point during the year.
Heading off to college is scary for many students but the added layer of being dead broke makes it a lot more interesting. Fortunately for me, going through college broke did not require much adjusting. I come from a large family and grew up very poor so going through college broke sort of felt normal. I employed a few different strategies during my college days that helped me survive (legal things of course).
In today's video I am sharing some tips on how you can create an at home study routine even in a full house. Whether its siblings, your children, or even roommates- you can still find ways to have a productive study session. I completely get how hard it can be to get back into your rhythm once there is a shift, but you kind of have to do it anyway.
I think most people would agree that accountants are highly skilled individuals. Accountants are known for being experts at analyzing, critical thinking, and problem solving. There are a plethora of skills you will need to develop to have a successful career in accounting. In today’s post I am sharing five basic skills that you need to be successful as an accountant. This is most certainly not an exhaustive list, but I believe these skills to be essential. These skills are easily transferable to other roles and can be developed and strengthened over time.
I spent the first few years of my accounting journey working in public accounting in the area of taxation. I worked countless hours, met amazing people, and developed transferable skills during my years in tax and I would not trade the experience for anything. Although it was a career that was full of promise, I ultimately decided to leave public accounting in the Spring of 2019.
I could not imagine being in my final semester of college, planning for gradation, and then boom- COVID-19 comes and ruins all my plans. Many college seniors have been hit with this unfortunate reality and now have to attempt completing their degree online. Accounting is not the easiest of subjects, so navigating the coursework outside of the classroom can be a real challenge. You can, however, be successful in completing your accounting degree at home. This is why today's video is all about steps you can take to finish your accounting degree online while still performing at a high level.
Oh Hey Busy Season! This is the time of year when most accountants are working crazy hours, sleeping less, and struggling to maintain momentum. While I am no longer in public accounting and don't have a traditional "busy season" per se, I do still have a pretty heavy work load. In today's video I am [...]
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.