Content by Terry Sheridan

on 01/22/15
In the wake of the so-called Great Recession, many of today’s job seekers who became unemployed during that time may have gaps on their resumes, periods of under-employment, and jobs beneath...
on 01/22/15
If your clients include businesses that employ independent contractors, now would be a really good time to make sure they’re classifying these folks properly: A growing number of lawsuits...
on 01/07/15
Whether you’re already a CFO or want to be, or you recruit CFOs, here’s a big career trend alert:  A CFO position increasingly encompasses human resources and information technology...
on 12/26/14
Many of us remember some faux pas that we made during a job interview. But what if you, the new grad, really aren’t sure of what you’re supposed to do—or maybe more important, not...
on 12/22/14
Job interviews can put even the most experienced pro on edge. So we sat down with Ben Mulling, CPA, CMA, chairman-elect of the Institute of Management Accountants and CFO of Tente Casters Inc. in...
on 12/18/14
Whether you’re a new CPA or a seasoned veteran, staying abreast of the latest developments in public accounting helps your clients and your credibility. That’s a career boost in itself....
on 12/10/14
To get the full story, read part 1 of this article, published last week. For a full discussion of pricing, download a recent AccountingWEB white paper.Rita Keller, whose blog “...
on 12/08/14
The lesson from the ongoing trial of former UBS wealth management chief executive Raoul Weil really shouldn’t be a surprise, but we’ll say it anyway: Do not fail to declare income from...
on 12/01/14
Old joke: What do accountants suffer from that ordinary people don’t? Depreciation. If you’re wincing, maybe that joke rings true—particularly if your practice is still mired in...
on 11/26/14
Mark Twain once said that the “only difference between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin.” Now, now, Mr. Twain. Someone whose only money-making invention...
on 11/20/14
No one enjoys firing someone. (Well, most people don't.) But even if you can’t wait to see your employee walk out the door, there are precautions to take to avoid a lawsuit.Attorney Mark...
on 11/18/14
One thing that hasn't changed over the years is that accountants have to work with lots of documents. Sure, the method has gone from parchment to paper to computer files to the cloud, but the...
on 11/14/14
The Affordable Care Act has brought monumental change to the U.S. healthcare system, and its impact on taxpayers and accountants continues to be no small matter either. Daniel G. Mazzola, CPA, an...
on 11/10/14
There's nothing like a head's up when you're launching a career and interviewing for jobs. So we asked Kathy Downs, recruiting manager for Robert Half Finance & Accounting in Orlando...
on 10/28/14
There's thunder and lightning in the cloud these days. And the rumbling is all about security. Could peer-to-peer file transfers be the answer? As the old accounting adage goes, there's more...
on 10/23/14
K2 Enterprises has announced its 2014 technology awards in 27 categories. The only clear message may have been that there was no clear message in a field marked by many good ideas, but no unanimous...
on 10/10/14
If you're thinking that bitcoin and digital currency generally are merely some one-off flash in the pan, the new Digital Currency Council would argue otherwise. The council launched in September...
on 10/07/14
Sponsored Content from Confirmation.com: AccountingWEB takes a look at confirmations in audit engagements, how they can serve as a doorway to fraud, and what you can do about it. Today,...
on 10/02/14
If your small-business clients are on the fence about cloud accounting, they've got plenty of company. A recent survey by market researcher and consultant Software Advice indicates a decidedly...
on 09/30/14
We've probably all worked for soul-sucking managers who expect employees to spend their workdays tethered to the office with no other life obligations or desires. But that's not what the...

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