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Accept New Challenges and Attain Your CPA – Even If You’re Older!

Don’t hesitate to continue learning as you get older. I am forty-seven years old and attending the University of Texas at Dallas studying accounting. I was a traditional student at the University of Oklahoma in the nineties. I completed a … Continue reading

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Workplace skills every accounting student should learn in college

Time Management and Organization College provides an abundance of resources. Choosing the appropriate resources and utilizing these when opportunities arrive requires efficient time management and organizational skills. An average college student may be part of academic societies, major-related organizations, cultural … Continue reading

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What is this “leadership” skill businesses always ask for?

We’ve all seen it: a job posting where the desired skills section has a long list of attributes the business wants from candidates. Amongst that list, “leadership” is so often one of the first two or three to be listed. … Continue reading

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