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Excel Tips for the College Graduate: Part 2
 

Excel Tips for the College Graduate: Part 2

Posted: June 8, 2016
The final part of this two-part article series focuses on how you can use data analysis formulas with keyboard shortcuts to increase your analysis skills and ability to communicate those findings.


How to Seize Opportunities From an Internship
 

How to Seize Opportunities From an Internship

Posted: May 26, 2016
Think of internships as really long interviews. Use this opportunity to see the firm's vision and values, the type of work they do, clients they serve, relationships within the office, training, perks of working for the company and more.

Business Etiquette: Your Key to Success
 

Business Etiquette: Your Key to Success

Posted: May 26, 2016
Conducting yourself as a professional encompasses how you dress, how you conduct yourself in meetings, how you come across in emails, social media and other forms of communication. You are a representation of your own brand and the company you work for.

How Accounting Grads Can Succeed in Life and Work
 

How Accounting Grads Can Succeed in Life and Work

Posted: May 18, 2016
Succeeding in your new job, preparing for the CPA exam and maintaining an active personal life can collide and cause stress if not managed well. Preparing for what is to come is one of the most essential ways you can manage your career.



7 Tips to Help You Make the Most of an Accounting Internship
 

7 Tips to Help You Make the Most of an Accounting Internship

Posted: March 14, 2016
For many aspiring college graduates looking to enter the accounting profession, landing an internship is an important step to attain the job of their dreams. Here's some advice on how you can successfully transition from intern to new hire.

Keep Your Eye on the Prize: Pursuing the CPA
 

Keep Your Eye on the Prize: Pursuing the CPA

Posted: March 14, 2016
Being a CPA can result in superior financial rewards. Current estimates are that CPAs earn 15 percent more per year compared to non-CPA accountants, which, over the course of a 40-year career, can add up to more than $1 million in additional income.