The time has come, the IRS said. It's officially busy season and this season is expected to be full of excitement given the interesting year we had in 2020. Busy season is a time, in public accounting specifically, when both auditors and tax accountants work extremely long hours (yes longer than the long hours worked outside of busy season). It can be normal to feel burned out, depressed, anxious, frustrated, and other waves of emotion during busy season. It does not have to be the worst time ever, though. This is why I am sharing my tips for surviving busy season.
I have seen quite a bit of comparisons between the Enrolled Agent (EA) credential and the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) credential lately. I decided to do a breakdown of some of the main differences between the two to help you decide which is the credential for you. Today's video will define and describe what an EA and CPA does, give an overview of the process to getting the credentials, and compare the overall careers.
Oh hey! It has been over a year since I made the change from public accounting to corporate and I thought I would update you all on what my experience has been like. I currently work for a large public corporation as an investment accountant. Like many of you, I had some pre-conceived ideas about [...]
Oh Hey fellow accountants! We are more than half way through this year and whew, what a year! If you have not already, you should be doing your self-evaluations at work soon. It can feel somewhat unnatural writing unbiased reviews about yourself or even being critical of yourself. This is why in today's video I [...]