Best Firms to Work for 2012
Our annual list of the best workplaces in accounting
Meet the (very happy) staff of TaxOps, the No. 1 small accounting firm to work for in the U.S. Find more members of our annual list of the Best Accounting Firms to Work For in this slide show -- and see the whole list of 100 in our special report.
No. 3 Large Firm
Kearney & Co. / Alexandria, Va.
No. 3 Midsized Firm
Lutz & Co. / Omaha, Neb.
No. 3 Small Firm
DeLeon & Stang CPAs / Gaithersburg, Md.
No. 2 Large Firm
The Bonadio Group / Pittsford, N.Y.
No. 2 Midsized Firm
McGowen, Hurst, Clark & Smith / West Des Moines, Iowa
No. 2 Small Firm
Johnson Jacobson Wilcox / Las Vegas
No. 1 Large Firm
Kaufman, Rossin & Co. / Miami
No. 1 Midsized Firm
Porter Keadle Moore / Atlanta
No. 1 Small Firm
TaxOps / Lakewood, Colo.
Short, useful reads for the profession
A slideshow of innovative social media from the accounting profession
Accountants from all walks of life are now on trading cards.
A biennial AICPA survey reveals what’s keeping firms up at night
Eight issues that companies looking to implement mobile accounting should consider.
The most common errors tax pros run across in prior years' returns
A short history lesson about Black Americans who became CPAs after they were told that it wasn't possible.
Beware of some common reporting mistakes of W-2 and 1099 reporting to avoid tax penalties.
Self-created obstacles to growth
With minutes counting down to this year's tax deadline, clients (and many of their accountants) are scrambling to get paperwork wrapped up on time. But many financial and tax professionals caution that in the heat of the moment, even the most knowledgeable can forget the basics – never mind easy-to-miss, specialized strategies.