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Accounting: The Ultimate Team Sport!

Do I know everything about accounting? Not a chance! However, being a former student athlete, I tend to relate many things I’ve learned in sports to real-life situations. I’m not saying that being an accountant means you are going to … Continue reading

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Leveraging Your College’s Networking Resources

For this post, I’m going to follow up on Randy’s in more detail, as he discussed the importance of your college’s resources and early hands-on experience. Since networking is about expanding your professional relationships, it really is a useful tool … Continue reading

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Tax or Audit?

Tax or audit? That is one of the most asked questions when you are interviewing with potential employers and networking accounting professionals in general. It’s a tough question to answer because most of the time, when you’re recruiting for accounting … Continue reading

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Interested in Accounting? Give it a try!

My biggest piece of advice for anyone interested in accounting, or any other career for that matter, is to get hands-on experience. It may seem daunting at first to “knock on the door” asking for a summer job or internship; … Continue reading

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Summer Lovin’

A new school year can be daunting – new classes, new schedules, new routines. I’m sure you’re muttering under your breath: take me back to summer! Well, I’ve got good news: it’s time to start thinking about next summer. No, … Continue reading

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How do you decide between job or internship offers?

Blogger: Eric Rivetna The job-hunting process can be a difficult one, so receiving a job offer seems like it might be the destination. If one offer is good, multiple offers must be great, right? Anyone who has ever picked which … Continue reading

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