January 19, 2012
Financial planner/advisor Michael Goodman has some advice for people who have trouble managing their time. He talked to AccountingWEB about the importance of delegating, the ability to say no, how to set goals that actually can be accomplished, and using technology to make a job easier. These sound like good ideas in theory, but, for many people, time-saving techniques are difficult to master. Goodman shared helpful tips about how he puts these ideas to practical use.

Gail Perry, CPA
Tighten Up Your Time Management – Four Tips for the New Year
Michael Goodman CPA, CFP, PFS, has always been sensitive to time management. Nearly sixteen years ago, he took a personal productivity class that has influenced the way he conducts his days. Since that class, Goodman has been creating and systemizing his time management procedures.
AAA Warns: Watch Your Language on Earnings Reports
Last month, when a pension fund owning stock in Bank of New York Mellon brought suit against that financial behemoth, the fund not only took aim at the bank's allegedly fraudulent currency trading, but it cited a variety of upbeat claims in its SEC filings that the plaintiff considered highly doubtful.
ASG Vaults to Ninth Spot of All-Time Lenders on Kiva Site
The Kiva lending team, Accountants for Social Good (ASG), moved into the ninth spot of all-time lenders. Since its inception in May 2011, the team has seen explosive growth, both in the number of team members (eighty) and in the total amount of capital the team has loaned to the developing world ($70,500).
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