You'll be seeing a few changes on Accounting Tomorrow in the coming months. We'll still have our own URL,, but we'll be amping up our blog to engage and promote reader discussion. We'll also be unveiling a new logo that will mesh better with Accounting Today's brand.

But here's what won't change: We're still going to write about the pressing intergenerational issues and dynamics within accounting firms that we've been covering all along. And we still want to hear from you on what you think is relevant and intriguing.

For example, Colin Davis, head of international communications at the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in London, wrote a piece on students who studied for their Certified Accounting Technician qualification, a program sponsored by the ACCA, in Afghanistan. Thirteen young people received their qualifications at a recent ceremony and Davis shared a bit of each one's story. One graduate, Wahidullah Naseri, spent his first 16 years as an Afghan refugee in Peshawar before repatriating to Afghanistan in 2002. "The field of accounting is still in its early stages in Afghanistan," said Naseri. "Much needs to be done to bring professionalism into this sector, which is one of the reasons I chose this course."

Read more online - it's guaranteed to inspire.

In other news, we've been into promoting mix'n'mingle networking events for young CPAs. If you're a state society and you've got one coming up, let us know and we'll post it. Even better, send us a photo or a video from your event and we'll post that, too.

Got a story idea or a cool person who should be profiled? Drop us a line at And keep those blog comments coming!

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