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In this month's issue, our focus is on “the state of the profession” with regard to both CPA firms and individual professionals—the management of a practice, the recruitment and retention of new talent, the pursuit of business opportunities and career goals. The accounting profession, like many others, is facing a host of challenges, from a difficult economic climate to a changing technology paradigm to a demographic transition. But with these challenges come opportunities for growth and reinvention that nimble firms and adaptable individuals will be able to capitalize upon.
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  • NextGen makes our future bright
    Jan 26, 2016
    I heard a great saying the other day: “You can never be wrong by doing what is right.” As I continue my year as president, I am constantly reminded that CPAs are held to a higher standard, so just remembering that responsibility should makes it easy for us to do what is right.
  • SI’s revamped Annual Tax Conference continues success in second year
    Jan 26, 2016
    For the past two years, the Staten Island Chapter has applied a more proactive approach with the planning of its Annual Chapter Taxation Conference.
  • Three Workplace Traits That May Be Too Much Of a Good Thing
    Feb 9, 2016

    There are obvious ways to lower your chances at career advancement, like constantly badmouthing your coworkers, missing deadlines, or just failing to get your work done in general. However, according to Time, there are some behaviors that might seem positive, but could actually have a sabotaging effect on your career.

  • How to Successfully Handle Criticism
    Feb 3, 2016

    An important measure of success is how you handle criticism. But whether you’re an entry-level accountant or a partner, taking criticism is hard.  Typical (and understandable, if not ideal) responses to criticism include getting defensive, or even lashing out with your own criticism. However, the best way to respond, according to Inc, is to accept the criticism, and grow from it. Here’s how:

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