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Joel M. Ungar, CPA is a lifelong resident of the Detroit area and a graduate of The University of Michigan. He is a principal with Silberstein Ungar, PLLC, a Top 15 auditor of SEC public reporting companies. Joel writes observations on different matters and especially on working with and using LinkedIn. He thinks he has a sense of humor.

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Mar
31
6/7
In continuing my occasional series on the milestones of this busy season (see 3/7 and 5/7, resp
Mar
30
In my junk email folder this morning was an email from a recruiter to a former staff member of my Firm (I have their email forwarded to me after they leave to monitor for client communications).  The recruiter was wri
Mar
22
This is a non accounting post, but an important one.
Mar
15
5/7
On February 15, I posted 3/7.  It's a month later.  The blog title?  We are kind of 5/7 of the way through this busy season.  Time for an update of
Mar
08
Got today's CPA Letter Daily from the AICPA and saw an article called Accountants Favor International Audit Standar
Mar
06
The FASB has been going back and forth on a new accounting standard for lease accounting.  I for one was glad to see them back off of their proposal to force every lease onto the balance sheet.
Mar
04
I get really annoyed by the TurboTax commercials that say "we found John Doe an extra $2,863."  That's just not right.  It's the difference between an accurate return and inaccurate return.
Feb
22
Many of the bloggers present and past  here on the Bloggers Crew have conversations on a regular basis elsewhere on social media, especially on Facebook.  One day last week, my good friend
Feb
18
Wisconsin may be getting the headlines right now for state budget issues, but Governor Rick Snyder, a Republican who essentially ran as a nerd (seriously), is generating a bunch here in Michigan.
Feb
15
3/7
Today is February 15.  If you think of busy season as ending April 15 (I know this year is April 18), then we are 3/7 of the way through this busy season.  So here is what is on my mind 3/7 of the way through this busy season:

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Steve Knowles has spent 25 years in business and practice in the UK, but he also worked in the states and the years haven't dulled his way of seeing an alternative view to everyone else, and every day is a new adventure.

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Joel M. Ungar, CPA is a lifelong resident of the Detroit area and a graduate of The University of Michigan. He is a principal with Silberstein Ungar, PLLC, a Top 15 auditor of SEC public reporting companies.

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