A Look at Different Accounting Careers: Tax

In the first of this three-part series, NCACPA member Mike Luistro, CPA, shares the ins, outs, and anecdotes about what it’s like working as a public accountant in corporate tax. Please share a little more about your background as a CPA and how you got involved in your career path. I have been a CPA […]

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Why Emotional Intelligence Matters for Accountants

By Mark Phillips It may come as no surprise that 1,200 executives in 44 countries believe technology is having the greatest impact in the modern workplace, but according to PwC’s just-released 20th Global CEO Survey there is also an X factor. “The rise of automation and robotics in the workplace is driving a greater need for people that possess qualities that […]

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8 Ways Reading Can Help You Get Ahead at the Office

By Guest Blogger Reading is good for your career. Don’t believe me? Think of all the successful people who make reading a priority—Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Mark Cuban, Warren Buffet, and Mark Zuckerburg, to name a few. And they aren’t just reading Facebook updates, emails, and tweets. They are committing time to reading actual books. […]

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Accounting Degrees on the Rise

By Ken Tysiac Enrollment figures for college and university accounting programs continue to show strong interest in the profession as a new generation is graduating and entering the workforce. Colleges and universities are now filled with members of Generation Z, the successors to the Millennials, and the number of students enrolled in bachelor’s accounting degree programs […]

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