Despite the fact that my job entails frequent use of the written word, I've never been comfortable writing birthday or anniversary cards. I usually let my wife and children fill in the inside jacket with sentimental prose, which somehow generates all the warmth of a plumber's wrench when I have a go at it.However, one special birthday/anniversary I'll gladly wax poetic on is Accounting Today's 20th.

A successful 20-year run is laudable in most business endeavors, but for print publications, it's an eternity. With the publishing graveyard regularly erecting new tombstones for hundreds of print start-ups that failed, Accounting Today has never wavered in its position as the newspaper for the tax and accounting community.

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