Here is the doorway to hundreds of articles, publications and
resources that, from a professional perspective, practicing
accountants will find priceless. Regardless of the area of
specialization, this site offers up technical help, operational
guidelines, industry information, breaking news and a toolbox of
strategies to make running a business just a bit simpler.
What you need to know
So much information finds its way into print and
cyberspace, that busy accounting professionals don't have
time to get to it all. This section provides the solution.
Consider the articles a handbook on key operational topics,
among them Software and Hardware, Vendor Relations, Staff
and Employment, Sales and Marketing, Customer Service and
Purchasing,Insurance, and Communications.
Finding publications that target the accounting industry is
no problem - the trick is getting hold of the right ones.
In this section, the cited links lead to information about
the field's most distinguished print and online
periodicals. Besides covering a number of financial
sectors, some offer free or discounted subscriptions to
qualified professionals and students.
Hobnobbing with colleagues and friends can be just as
profitable as building a client base - and the accounting
industry offers opportunities to network year-round. While
an abundance of local and regional events take place
nationwide, this section features the most important
industry shows and conferences, along with event summaries
and when-and-where information.
The world revolves around money, so it stands to reason
that the accounting industry generates a fair share of
news. Visit this site regularly for breaking stories and
in-depth features on critical developments in the field, as
well socioeconomic articles that directly impact financial
professionals and their clientele.
Trade Associations and Resources
Today's accounting professional needs to find information efficiently and effectively, what with the ever-changing standards and technology in the accounting field. Whether you are a public or private accountant, a CPA, or an auditor, you will find the summaries and links in this section to some of the best professional membership organizations and resources beneficial.
Licensing/Certification, Training & Cont.
The accounting profession presents a wealth of
opportunities for members to build on their basic degrees.
In addition to describing licensing requirements for
designations such as CPA, CFM and CFA, this section
explores a range of niche specialties, certified fraud
examiner and forensic certified public accountant among