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An Integrated Approach to Decision Making
 

An Integrated Approach to Decision Making

Posted: April 13, 2016
By cutting through silos and facilitating communication of critical information across operating and functional units, integrated thinking provides leaders with the best possible foundation upon which to base their decisions.

When You’re Faced with an Unethical Situation
 

When You’re Faced with an Unethical Situation

Posted: March 21, 2016
You hope it never happens to you; but, for some, it may be a question of “when” and not “if.” If you are confronted with an unethical workplace situation, it is invaluable to know just how to react.

Bring Out the Leader Inside
 

Bring Out the Leader Inside

Posted: March 15, 2016
As students and young professionals, it is so easy to become very focused on the technical knowledge. But being a leader is about more than just technical know-how. Applying these three traits to your everyday work can help you motivate and inspire and others.

How to Ask for a Raise with Confidence
 

How to Ask for a Raise with Confidence

Posted: February 23, 2016
Would you rather endure a root canal than approach your boss about a raise? Asking for a pay bump causes workers so much anxiety that some would prefer to do almost anything else — even if they believe they deserve more money.

 Five Nontraditional Jobs for Accountants
 

Five Nontraditional Jobs for Accountants

Posted: December 11, 2015
While a career in accounting can be the perfect path for some, it isn’t unusual for professionals to explore different paths. Here are five examples of nontraditional careers for accountants looking for a change.

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.

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.

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