News for Emerging Professionals

  • Association, Launch ‘Shark Tank’ for Startups

    The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants and, the American Institute of CPAs’ technology subsidiary, announced Tuesday that they are launching an initiative to provide funding and support to early-stage companies developing innovative technologies for the accounting profession.
  • The Millennial Myth: Developing Your Best Employees

    MICPA Holds Education Seminar to Develop the Next Generation Workers
  • How Firms Can Help Employees Obtain Their CPA License

    Mentorship, study time, and more can help new accountants get licensed quickly.
  • How Young CPAs Can Help Save the World

    Want to make a difference? Your professional skills are all the superpowers you need.
  • How CPA Firms Are Evolving to Meet the Desires of Young Professionals

    As CPA firms across the U.S. relax their dress codes and other policies, managers are recognizing that their Millennial employees expect flexibility and trust in all areas of their workplace. Today's younger CPAs want to work at a firm that rejects rigid rules, and they desire to define their own workday, including how they dress, the number of hours they work, and where they work, as well as having a sense of community with their peers and greater opportunities for professional development and charitable work.
  • 10 Key B2B Marketing Strategies to Grow Your Firm

    When some accounting firms think of business-to-business (B2B) marketing strategies, they think primarily of direct and outbound techniques – messages that you might send straight to clients or prospective buyers that you’ve identified. In this approach, the goal is to be compelling and persuasive enough that the audience responds and engages with your services.
  • Millennials wonder: 'Where's my money going?'

    Millennials could be risking their financial future as they craft ways to tackle their student loans, car payments and credit card debt.
  • 5 Ways to Be an Indispensable Accountant in 2017

    If you ask 100 company leaders the definition of a good employee, you can expect many different responses. Despite this, one thing is certain: Qualified employees are indispensable. Companies are always looking for the best and brightest to carry it through positive growth. So, how do you become that employee?
  • 3 Ways to Make Time for the Little Tasks You Never Make Time For

    We’d all like to spend our time at work on high-value activities: setting strategy, fostering innovation, mentoring promising employees, and more. But every professional faces a relentless deluge of niggling tasks — the overflowing inbox, the introductions you promised to make, the stack of paperwork you have to file, or the articles you really ought to read.
  • Think Strategically About Your Career Development

    In a world where the average employee sends and receives 122 emails per day and attends an average of 62 meetings per month, your boss or HR leadership simply doesn’t have the time or bandwidth to properly think through how best to deploy your talents moving forward. Instead, we have to take control of our career planning to ensure we’re putting ourselves in position for long-term growth. Here are four ways to become more strategic about the process.

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