Preparing for Graduation & CPA Exam

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This post is geared for college students considering taking the CPA exam  – because as everything in life, it all comes down to planning and looking ahead! The first part of the post is geared towards first and second year college students. The remainder focuses on strategies to study for the CPA exam that I… Read more »

TKF Tackles Tax Season – Survival Kits

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Surviving the Tax Season! Here at The Kane Firm, we are always looking for new ways, both large and small, to relieve stress and squeeze out a few smiles during tax season.   This year, Danielle and Courtney, our firm coordinators, designed survival kits for each employee.     Included in our kits were: Stress… Read more »

Preparing for Busy Season

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Part 1 – Personal/Fun Activities:   Now that the snow has been falling for a while (or as some would put it, the frozen tears of accountants thinking of the near future) and busy season is almost upon us, I thought it would be a good idea to do a three part series to share… Read more »

A ‘New’ Public Accounting Firm

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The public accounting industry is known for its long grueling hours, piles of papers and accountants hunched over adding machines. There is a common image of CPAs churning out a mass of tax returns and financial reports with a Lumbergh figure hovering over their shoulder mumbling about TPS reports and ‘Mmm, yeah, I’m going to… Read more »