Don’t Think You Can Learn Leadership as an Entry-Level Accountant? Think Again!

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If you’re working as an entry-level accountant, you may be eager to move up in the world. To advance in your profession, you need to learn leadership skills. This can seem difficult, as you may believe there are limited opportunities to learn how to lead when you’re at the bottom of the totem poll. The… Read more »

Fear Networking as an Accounting Professional? Here’s How to Embrace It

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Accountants need to build strong professional networks, just as all other employees do when seeking career advancement. Because the skills that make someone a great networker are not necessarily the skills that make someone a top-notch accountant, it is sometimes frightening and difficult for accounting professionals to network effectively. If you want to make networking… Read more »

What Value Can You Provide That Automated Reports Can’t Give?

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Automation is not just an issue in low-wage, low-skilled fields. Many accounting tasks are becoming automated. Data can be analyzed and reports can be generated by computers, and software programs have been developed to help companies handle everything from taxes to payroll. To make sure your skills are in demand, even as more accounting functions… Read more »