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The Resume: Tips for Preparing Your One-Page Advertisement
 

The Resume: Tips for Preparing Your One-Page Advertisement

Posted: August 28, 2018
Whether you are applying for an internship, entry-level position or an on-campus interview with the firm that everyone wants to work for, the first official step is always the same: submission of your resume. Here are some basic tips for college accounting students preparing their resume.

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Managing Your Career at Every Level — Entry Level Adjustment
 

Managing Your Career at Every Level — Entry Level Adjustment

Posted: September 13, 2018
Entry-level accounting staff can either be the happiest or the ones who complain all the time. In short, the more one puts into an entry-level position, the more the company and the employee will get out of it. Find out how to survive as an entry-level professional.

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Guiding Leaders to Shape the Next Generation
 

Guiding Leaders to Shape the Next Generation

Posted: February 15, 2019
Training the next generation to be leaders can be a challenge for both seasoned professionals and younger employees. Though it's never easy, putting some best practices in place can help guide both kinds of staff.

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Guiding Leaders to Shape the Next Generation
 

Guiding Leaders to Shape the Next Generation

Posted: February 15, 2019
Training the next generation to be leaders can be a challenge for both seasoned professionals and younger employees. Though it's never easy, putting some best practices in place can help guide both kinds of staff.

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Secret Sauce for Success on the CPA Exam: Time to Study
 

Secret Sauce for Success on the CPA Exam: Time to Study

Posted: January 28, 2019
In becoming a CPA, you’ll have to make some trade-offs, but you’ll be glad you did when the four parts are done and you have your CPA license! Here are some tips to get you on your path.