Accounting Top 100 Social Media Leaderboard
Is it possible to have a favorite tax regulation? This week we asked our participants to share a favorite (or not so favorite) regulation or tax code. Check out the interesting responses below.
Here are some highlights from the latest Top 100…
Let’s hear it for Mr. Nerd Enterprises, Seth David, who advanced 54 spots to land at #19 on this week’s Top 100 Leaderboard! We’d be hard pressed to find anyone in the tax and accounting industry who hasn’t heard of Seth – QuickBooks Online expert, teacher, animal lover, CFO, Explainer in Chief to startups and small business owners who need to master complex financial concepts. Seth is deeply embedded in the accounting technology ecosystem, and a go-to for opinions on new and existing apps. He’s also a really nice guy, a friend to many, imminently approachable (back when we used to have in-person conferences), and most of all a willing helper to accounting pros and business owners everywhere. We’re honored to have Seth’s continued participation in the Top 100 Leaderboard!
Moving on up: Kelly Gonsalves @totallybookedny up 152 points from 207 to land at 55.
I'm not a tax expert - but this is not a fave but a stand-out
An Australian politician actually tried to answer a question truthfully and in detail about GST it ruined his career https://t.co/hgAotn8SQR
— Heather Smith (@HeatherSmithAU) August 5, 2020
A favorite tax regulation? Sec 179 is pretty sweet, I guess. pic.twitter.com/8FZOVDTnCF
— Heather D. Satterley (@HSatterley) August 5, 2020
Deducting the cost of a Christmas party for the team pic.twitter.com/vCfdSfiuwp
— Aynsley Damery (@aynsleydamery) August 5, 2020
Division 376 of ITAA 1997 it’s where we incentivise australian stories for film and tv and attract american production companies to film here @ScreenAustralia
— Kylie Parker (LotusAccts) (@KylieParkerCA) August 6, 2020
Congrats to all the bright and entertaining accountants who are included.
I don't have a fave reg, but I bet you can guess which one is most unfave right now. Hint, it starts and end with P.
— Brian Streig, CPA (@cbriancpa) August 5, 2020
How the leaderboard works: The Accounting Top 100 social media leaderboard uses an algorithm that scores and ranks users based on five separate metrics, each of which is weighted according to its perceived value. These five metrics are calculated every two weeks and combined to form a Power Score: a 1-100 value based on Rise.Global’s Relative Scoring Method. This Power Score determines a user’s rank on each new leaderboard release.
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Avalara’s Accounting Top 100 leaderboard (the “Leaderboard”) is assembled using a list of accounting professional users that’s curated by manual entry as well as by Rise.Global's internal Twitter search functionality. We reserve the right to change scoring metrics used for ranking and to exclude anyone from the list, in our sole discretion. The Leaderboard is not an endorsement, recommendation or sponsorship of any of the accounting professionals on the Leaderboard, and we do not make any representation or guarantee of their ability or reliability. Assessments by different methods or based on different information may yield different results. The Leaderboard is only a starting point to gather information about accounting professionals, and you should not rely on it to decide whether to hire an accounting professional.
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Maureen is a social media specialist at Avalara working with partners and influencers in the accounting industry. As part of Avalara’s ongoing mission to build thriving relationships with accounting and bookkeeping firms, Maureen is committed to adding value to online communities through the sharing of digital resources and engagement on social...