Help to the Finish Line: How to Read What You Have to Read

For the third week we're publishing a quiz by Jeff Davidson, a noted authority on work-life balance. This week, we're addressing the widespread issue of how to keep up with all the professional reading required of accountants. Again, Davidson helps with a 10-question test that shows you how to absorb the most amount of information in the least amount of time. The last question shows you how to avoid what is probably the biggest mistake of all.

This week's quiz: Managing Your Professional Reading?

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