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It’s hard to believe that the time flew by so fast, but we are celebrating our 200th episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. If you’ve been a listener for a while, you know we’ve changed several things along the way. We’ve changed our intro section a few times, our outro section many times, our website address, and even our…
 
Greg Kyte, a CPA in Utah that does stand-up comedy, serves as host for several conferences, and still works his full-time day job as a Controller, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, The Accounting Careers Podcast. I first encountered Greg through the “mind-numbingly repetitive” commercials he has done for one of my own personal fav…
 
Stephen Oliver, a CPA that focused his career early on in consulting areas such as forensic projects, litigation support, and merger/acquisition analysis, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. I’ve personally known Stephen for many years, but even I learned quite a bit from this interview. Stephen start…
 
Twyla Verhelst joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. As you would expect, we discussed FreshBooks and how that accounting solution has expanded in recent years, but we also cover Twyla’s earlier career history as well. Twyla has had an amazing journey, spanning typical accounting roles, to starting seve…
 
Felicia Farrar, a CPA, CFE, and now a PhD candidate as well, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. We haven’t touched on careers within governmental accounting in a while, so this episode will be a refreshing change. Felicia joined us for this program to discuss her career path that started with several…
 
Mike Lovelace, a CPA, CMA, and CISA working as a fractional CFO and systems consultant with Vaco, joined us for this week’s episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Mike has spent many years working as what many people refer to as a “fractional CFO”, and we have a frank discussion about both the joys and challenges that come…
 
John Garrett, arguably the funniest man in accounting (in a good way 😊), joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. John was a guest about two years ago on the show, and he mentioned working on a book back then. That peaked our interest, so naturally when that book was published, we definitely had to invite …
 
Terrell Turner, a CPA in North Carolina, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Terrell caught our attention due to all the effort he has been putting into developing and producing video content for the small business community. Terrell started his career with the big firms – a Big 4 CPA firm in fact, an…
 
Tracie Miller-Nobles, a college-level instructor that spends additional time developing supplemental materials for both faculty and students, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Many accountants eventually realize that they enjoy helping others through teaching, and that is how Tracie got started in t…
 
Jocelyn Hill, a Partner with Williams, Adley & Company in Washington, DC, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast. This episode is unique for several reasons. First of all, Jocelyn has been with her firm for over 25 years, something we don’t see too often anymore. And in addition, their firm has an interes…
 
Susan Stutzel, a CPA that operates both in the non-profit specialty accounting field, as well as in the coaching space for female entrepreneurs, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.As many of us in the accounting field realize at some point in our careers, there are certain aspects of our jobs that we …
 
Brannon Poe, the founder of Poe Group Advisors, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.If you are the entrepreneurial sort, this episode will really speak to you. Brannon started his career in a typical accounting job, but it was only a few years later when he was able to join a small business in a combin…
 
Kent Klaus & Christine Landoll, two professors from two separate universities, joined us for this special edition episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.We invited these two exceptional educators on the show to share the unique and creative programs they and their respective universities were providing for accounting studen…
 
I'm behind!I can't believe it, but between my own schedule and guests rescheduling, we missed our production deadline and don't have a guest interview ready for release. It's a painful thing for a podcaster.However, given that we have a special class starting next week, we take the opportunity to tell you more about our Individual Tax Bootcamp in t…
 
Stacey Rodgers, a CPA and the Director of Learning & People Development with Cohen & Company, joined us for this week’s episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.We always enjoy a story of how someone’s initial background in accounting continues to benefit them in other areas of business as their career progresses. Stacey’s st…
 
If you haven't noticed it recently, we teach unique courses for accounting professionals at all levels as well!Actually, this isn't a new thing. We have taught specialized, unique classes for several years, but always as live, in-classroom instruction. However, with the pandemic situation we were forced to take those courses online, which ended up …
 
Lynn Davey, a CPA that started her career with the national accounting firms, and then transitioned into financial reporting at publicly-traded companies, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Lynn was a special guest for our show. We generally don’t delve quite so much into a guest’s personal life durin…
 
Dr. Scott Dell with Francis Marion University in South Carolina joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Everyone says they want “variety” in their careers, but I will challenge you to find a career with more variety than Scott’s. In this episode we touch on entrepreneurship in many, many industries, publi…
 
Melisa Galasso, the owner of Galasso Learning Solutions, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Many of us have had the thought that we may like to teach, whether it be at a university or privately for companies and continuing education needs, and most of us feel at some level that we would like to help o…
 
In this CareerTalk mini-episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, I talk about an issue that has become vastly more important in this pandemic-era job market: certification. Recently I was having a conversation with an employer about a position they needed to fill, and the employer said, "Well, I assume there are several peop…
 
Anthony Hanson, an accountant that started his career in Colorado, and later moved to East Sussex in the United Kingdom after getting engaged to his British fiancé, joined us to discuss his early career as well as founding iFinance, on this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.This show has a little of something for every…
 
Mindy Mejia, an experienced accounting professional, recently-certified CPA, and a full-time author now with 4 (!) books published, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Mindy’s journey was different than most of our guests on the program. She started as a Liberal Arts major actually, and then worked her…
 
Lynda Artesani of Artesani Bookkeeping in Florida joined us for the program this week.Lynda has had her business for over 20 years now, but we asked her on the program to discuss a decision she made only about 4 years ago. That decision was to focus on a niche for her bookkeeping business.Selecting and sticking with a niche can be a difficult decis…
 
Our guest for this week’s Where Accountants Go episode is Charlene Rhinehart, who joined us from the Greater Chicago area. I usually say our guest’s career started off in a ‘typical’ fashion, but that wouldn’t be true in this case. Charlene’s career has been exceptional from the beginning!Starting with several internship opportunities at PwC, plus …
 
Mike Whitmire, CPA turned Co-Founder of a software-as-a-service company (FloQast) joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Mike’s career started as most do. He majored in accounting in college, and through the college interview process he obtained his first professional position – in this case, audit. Howev…
 
The owner of Fit Advisors and host of the Money Checkup Podcast, Anjali Jariwala, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Anjali was always interested in business, and decided to major in Accounting after spending a little time as a Pre-Med major. However, she found that medicine was not for her, and there…
 
(Disclaimer: The rights to the terms “data sleuthing” and “data sleuth” are legally protected. Please contact Workman Forensics for more details.)For this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, we are joined by forensics expert Leah Wietholter, CFE and PI in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. If you are interested in starting, or c…
 
Eric P. Butts, a CPA in the Atlanta, Georgia, area joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. If you have an interest in taking your accounting career in the direction of high-level consulting engagements, this is an ideal episode for you.In this interview, we discuss how Eric started his career with Quaker …
 
Steve Watson, a combined finance and human resources professional in the Phoenix, Arizona area, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.You are going to get a double learning opportunity from this episode. First, we discuss how Steve’s career started with an interest in finance due to both familial and edu…
 
In this CareerTalk mini-episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, I discuss an issue that came up when trying to assist an accountant with their career. And it happens to be one of the tips in my book - "49 Tips For A Successful Accounting Career".When times are challenging at work, and things are changing rapidly, it's impor…
 
Amber Setter, a now frequent guest on Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, joined us for a very special and specific episode discussion. As we move through this COVID-19 crisis, although many people would like to put extra time into studying for a certification exam, we realize that it is difficult. Amber is not only a CPA herself,…
 
This short mini-episode idea came to me after helping a job candidate prepare for a video interview they were going to be participating in recently. The content not only applies to our shelter-at-home period, but I think will continue to apply for months to come as companies potentially change how they do interviews for the foreseeable future. It's…
 
In this CareerTalk mini-episode, I cover a simple concept, or personal rule of mine, that we all likely break on occasion. That idea is that we should never answer an email when we are emotional.This experience came to me during the adjustment period while 'sheltering-at-home', and I suspect similar situations happen to many people during these unu…
 
Kathy Kapka, a CPA and former Texas Society of CPAs Chair, joined us on this unique edition of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast.The reason this episode is a little unique is that we don’t spend as much time covering Kathy’s own career, although we do give a short synopsis. Kathy was actually one of our early guests back in the f…
 
In this CareerTalk mini-episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, we talk about a concept that came up on one of our primary shows - the concept of "self-care".In that other episode though, we specifically discuss it with regards to preparing for the CPA exam. However, in this mini-episode I apply it in a broader sense with r…
 
Jessica McClain, CPA, CGFM, CISA, and PMP, joined us from Washington, D.C., for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.If you are considering whether public accounting or industry would be the better fit for you, you will find tremendous value in this episode.Jessica started in public accounting, moved into industry, m…
 
In this CareerTalk mini-episode, we talk about an observation I had while shopping in the grocery store during the COVID-19 crisis, wearing my medical safety mask.During that excursion, I had the odd realization that even though I couldn't necessarily see the other individual's faces, I pretty much could tell whether or not they were smiling even w…
 
Believe it or not, recession creates opportunity.In this CareerTalk mini-episode, we briefly discuss the fact that recessions really can create opportunity, even in the employment market.We all know that while some industries have difficult times, others see even more business during crisis periods. (Boy, what I would do to have an extra toilet pap…
 
Lee Ann Crockett of Bellwether Church Solutions in San Antonio, Texas, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast.Lee Ann actually started as a Liberal Arts major, but while putting herself through school by working a bookkeeping position, she realized she enjoyed accounting and decided to switch her major.Le…
 
For this CareerTalk mini-episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, we talk about the affect of different types of employment markets on our choices of employment.This came to me as I was shopping in the grocery store during this pandemic time. I made it to the salsa aisle of my local grocery store, only to find that the dozen…
 
In this CareerTalk mini-episode of Where Accountants Go, we discuss the importance of not procrastinating when it comes to your job search.Even though I personally believe that the economy will bounce back relatively quickly once the COVID situation is under control, that may take longer than we anticipate to fully return. And in addition to this, …
 
In this CareerTalk mini-episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, we talk about a core truth to the employment market.I had this insight while reading a quote from Michael Hyatt in a newsletter. The newsletter was meant for business owners, but the concept applies equally to anyone providing a service for compensation... such…
 
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