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How a Few Little Letters Can Change Your Career
 

How a Few Little Letters Can Change Your Career

Posted: December 8, 2015
When there are hundreds of thousands of financial professionals at work in public accounting, business and industry, government, academia and consulting, how can you stand out in such a crowded profession?


NJCPA Announces Its “30 Under 30”
 

NJCPA Announces Its “30 Under 30”

Posted: August 6, 2015
Join us in congratulating these 30 young professionals who are making a name for themselves in the New Jersey accounting landscape and beyond.

You’ll Never Forget Your First Time
 

You’ll Never Forget Your First Time

Posted: July 6, 2015
My first time leading a client audit happened during my third year of public accounting, right after I became a newly minted senior accountant. I felt pretty confident in my ability to perform a successful audit. How hard could this be? What could go wrong?

It’s OK for CPAs to ‘Get a Life’
 

It’s OK for CPAs to ‘Get a Life’

Posted: January 4, 2012
Perhaps you've heard the CPA facts of life, as passed through generations of CPAs working in public accounting: Expect to work from dawn to dusk, miss family events and skimp on vacations. Be prepared to work, work, work. Sure, life in public accounting is rewarding, but outside interests - even family life - probably have to take a back seat. That was then. The truth is, it might just be the best time ever to be a young CPA working in a public accounting firm.