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  • Three Tips for When You Ask for a Raise

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 20, 2016

    Regardless of what your specialty is or where you live, odds are that you want a raise. It can be a daunting prospect to ask for an increase in your compensation, but like negotiating for a salary at the initial interview, there are some things you can do to prepare yourself and hopefully get a favorable result. Here are a few tips from CNN Money on how to seal the deal:

  • Four Myths about Networking

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 19, 2016

    As much as it might seem like traditional networking should fall to the wayside while social networking takes its place, the truth is that traditional networking still has a ton of value to any profession, including CPAs. Here are four myths from the Harvard Business Review to disabuse yourself of with regard to networking.

  • The Best Ways to Handle Stress

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 15, 2016

    Stress comes with any job, and CPAs are no different. Whether you’re freaking out because you have no idea how you’ll pass the CPA exam, or doggedly trying to get through tax season, finding a way to deal with the stress is essential to success and preventing burnout. Here are some tips from Inc on how to reduce your stress:

  • How to Respond to a Condescending Coworker

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 13, 2016

    Intentionally or not, it’s likely that a colleague or even a client will speak condescendingly to you at some point in your career. It may be an intentional assumption that your youth means you are lacking expertise, or it may be a nickname like “sweetheart” that unintentionally comes off as condescending. Regardless, it’s important that you don’t lose your temper and sink to the offending person’s level. Instead, The Muse has some advice to follow for those situations.

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