Mistakes people make when applying for a job (Part 3)
In the third part of a three-episode series, independent recruiter Beth Berk, CPA, offers her final recommendations on what job candidates can do to secure that new position.
23 Jan 2017
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Jeffrey Porter, CPA, discusses how practitioners are dealing with the changes so far.
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What CPAs need to know about their tax software
Every year, The Tax Adviser conducts a tax software survey that readers have come to rely on to help them choose what software to use and keep up with changes in the industry. In this episode, The Tax Adviser Editor-In-Chief Alistair Nevius explains what we can learn from this year’s survey.
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