Sift Media publication Going Concern recently picked up a story on a retired accountant who took to b
Across the pond
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A family reunion is taking AccountingWEB editor John Stokdyk to the United States for the next few days. There's nothing to say before he goes, but this blog will be somewhere for him to report back with random thoughts and short reports.
A new Big Four associate wants to find out if his career will go up in smoke after a pot possession arrest.
A self-proclaimed rap "gangsta" is going to jail for committing a white-collar crime: tax evasion.
Accounting professors can be a strange lot. This is known.
Ever since Luca Pacioli published his ‘Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalita’ (“Everything about Arithmetic, Geometry and Proportion”), the way accountants handle financial information and interact with their clients has been shaped by a series of technological shift
"It’s my understanding that burritos are hard to come by in London," reports Caleb Newquist from the US online tabloid site Going Concern. "The Brits have managed to survive for a number of centuries without tortillas overstuffed with sour cream and free-range pork."
US accountant Jason M. Blumer loves the way “game-changing cloud technology” is affecting the process of accounting and recently posted the following thoughts on Xero’s plans to expand into his territory.
Allan S. Boress explains why now is the time to assess your client base and practice your 'out with the old, in with the new' routines.