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December 7, 2015

Create YOUR Work Life Balance

Originally written by Katey M. Budzynski, MPH Originally published in SCACPA's CPA Report magazine Remember the days when you left the office or the worksite at the end of the day and it was time to move on to your personal life? Our homes had...
November 30, 2015

Member Profile: Ryan Foster

Why did you become a CPA?  I decided to become a CPA while at the University of South Carolina because I enjoyed the challenge of the course work, and the eventual challenge of passing the CPA exam.  The career path of a CPA provided a...
November 30, 2015

CPAs as CEOs?

by Derrick B. Stark, CPA SCACPA member since 1996 Years ago, Norm Brodsky made the case in Inc. Magazine that accountants are historians and are the last place entrepreneurs should look to develop strategy. He went on to explain: “That's...
November 30, 2015

CPA License: Key to Success for Jimmy Addison, CPA

Jimmy Addison, CPA SCANA, Columbia When Jimmy Addison first joined SCANA as controller he thought he would be with the organization no more than five years.  That was 23 years ago. In that time, he has held five positions each lasting about...
November 23, 2015

Thriving (Hopefully) in a New Environment

by Jonathan Godwin, CPA I wasn’t alive when calculators were first invented.  I can only imagine that they took the world by storm.  I was working in public accounting when the idea of working in a largely integrated and digital...
November 23, 2015

Mitigating Risk with New Hires

Sharon E. Mann, CPA, CGMA SCACPA members since 1992 You may say okay, I know there could be some risk with new hires or you may think there is none at all.  After all, surely your clients are checking out the people they hire.  ...