Nearly five years ago, I attended the Accounting Today Growth and Profitability Summit and met several next-generation accountants who radically influenced my career. By “met” I mean in-person, since we had gotten to know each other beforehand through radical online means like Twitter. Social media may be still be considered radical for CPAs today, but at the time we were the extreme outliers.
One of the more outspoken founders of the movement, Jody Padar, has put the principles we’ve learned from …
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I recently became a CPA in the state of Nevada. By CPA, I’m referring to Certified Public Accountant. Although this is a widely recognized acronym in the United States, Wikipedia lists many other uses of it throughout the world.
The CPA acronym is also often used to poke fun at number crunchers in many variations. Here are a few of the best I’ve heard:
Cheapest Price Available
Copy, Paste, and Annotate
Can’t Produce Anything
Constantly Proposing Audits
Couldn’t Pass Again (referring to the CPA exam, of …
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