AccountingWEB Holiday Quiz

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There are only seven questions in this test - it won't take very long to complete!

Rules: Simply follow the link below to begin the test. At the end you'll be asked to submit your name to enter the drawing. The drawing will be held on Thursday December 21, 2000, and the winner will be announced in the holiday edition of our weekly newswire, Friday, December 22. Please, only one entry per person.

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Upcoming CPE Webinars

Jul 31
In this session Excel expert David Ringstrom helps beginners get up to speed in Microsoft Excel. However, even experienced Excel users will learn some new tricks, particularly when David discusses under-utilized aspects of Excel.
Aug 5
This webcast will focus on accounting and disclosure policies for various types of consolidations and business combinations.
Aug 20
In this session we'll review best practices for how to generate interest in your firm’s services.
Aug 21
Meet budgets and client expectations using project management skills geared toward the unique challenges faced by CPAs. Kristen Rampe will share how knowing the keys to structuring and executing a successful project can make the difference between success and repeated failures.