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November 16, 2015

Diversity in the Profession: Bill Robinson, CPA

Why did you become a CPA? I became a CPA because I was interested in how businesses handled accounting for companies, my curiosity of income taxation, and the ability to serve the public. Briefly describe your work experience? Upon graduation...
November 16, 2015

Key Challanges for Young Accounting Professionals

by Harris Darver SCACPA member since 2008 Finding value and personal gratification, along with professional success in a career is a priority for today’s graduates - entry-level accounting professionals included. Entry-level accounting...
November 9, 2015

Risks of Telecommutting

Risks of Telecommuting by Randy Johnston Fundamental building blocks that all firms must have to mitigate risk include 1) firewalls, 2) spam control and 3) anti-virus protection. The bad news is that each of these three major product classes...
November 9, 2015

Diversity in the Profession: Sharon L. Pate, CPA

Why did you become a CPA? I was a straight A student in math throughout grade and high school, but I wasn’t sure about becoming a math teacher.  In college, I discussed my love of math with my academic counselor, who enrolled me as an...
November 9, 2015

4 Generations + 1 Workforce = Strategic Opportunities

By Jason Ryan Dorsey Reposted article from The Statement, from the Maryland Association of CPAs. It’s my belief that smart business leaders will embrace our multi-generational workforce as a timely opportunity to create a competitive...
November 2, 2015

Diversity in the Profession: Uvette Rogers, CPA

Why did you become a CPA? Becoming an accountant was my dream job in high school.  I took accounting courses and it was challenging, interesting and rewarding all at the same time.  My idea of a CPA at that time was someone who was a...