• Deloitte collaborates with Executives' Club of Chicago on diversity initiatives

    The Executives' Club of Chicago (EC) recently announced a new relationship with Deloitte with the formation of the Diversity Leadership Council, which works to expand diversity and inclusion awareness, best practices and thought leadership for Chicago's business community. Read more »

  • Bonadio Group hires record number of candidates in 2015

    The Bonadio Group, upstate New York’s largest independent accounting, consulting, and financial services firm, set a record in 2015 with 183 new hires across its 10 offices, marking an 83 percent over the firm’s 2014 recruiting efforts. Read more »

  • One risk of your “Everyday Jeans” policy

    If you’ve been watching the industry news lately, a handful of firms have adopted an everyday-jeans policy. Essentially, in many cases these policies are worded to say as long as you don’t have a client meeting, you are free to wear jeans in the office every day of the week. It sounds reasonable... Read more »

  • American Woman’s Society of CPAs hosts 33rd Annual Seminar in Houston

    This past Saturday, the Houston Affiliate of the American Woman’s Society of CPAs (AWSCPA) hosted its 33rd Annual Seminar. This year's seminar was notably headlined by a panel of the Houston Office Managing Partners of the Big 4 Accounting firms, who are for the first time all women. Read more »

  • Rea & Associates offers tax season interns a more customized experience

    Rea & Associates, a regional accounting and business consulting, recently announced that 16 college interns have joined its ranks just in time for the 2016 tax season. However, in addition to regular tax work, interns program will have the opportunity to assist on assurance and bookkeeping projects. Read more »

  • AICPA Tax VP offers 10 tips for hiring a future CPA

    Edward Karl, vice president of taxation for the AICPA, recently released a number of tips on hiring a future CPA, noting in a statement that, “It’s important to thoroughly vet the person you select to prepare your taxes. Your tax preparer will be handling critical financial and personal information for you. Be wary about who you hire." Read more »


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