The end of another year always leaves us CPA Success bloggers looking eagerly ahead. What new opportunities will 2016 bring? What can we do today to position ourselves for success tomorrow? How much different will our world be a year from now?
That’s the fun part of a new year — speculation (or, as we at the MACPA might say, anticipation) of what’s to come. But there’s still enough time for a quick look over our shoulder.
So as we get ready to bid adieu to 2015, let’s take a quick look back at our most popular blog posts from the past year.
See you on the flip side, CPAs.
- Tax season questions come early, thanks to tangible property regs
- Maryland comptroller answers FAQs about ‘Wynne’ income tax ruling
- How to escape the ‘demise of accounting’
- Five steps to creating the CPA firm of the future
- Wynne verdict is in: Supreme Court strikes down Maryland tax law
- Five criteria to be the right kind of practice in today’s market
- Forget tax season, CPAs — Congress needs your help
- Speaking in public? Make it memorable. Here’s how.
- IRS eases tangible property burden for small businesses
- Cyber liability: A growing concern for CPA firms
- Maryland passes nano learning (10-minute CPE)
- The secrets to future success? Mind health and exercise
- Top five issues facing CFOs and management accountants
- Tysheba Morgan receives national recognition
- FASB’s materiality proposal: A big deal
- ‘A kind and accomplished man’” Reznick Group co-founder David Redneck dies at 77
- MACPA to launch first-ever Student Leadership Academy
- What accounting students want from employers
- Record crowd descends on Annapolis for CPA Day: ‘It’s my responsibility to be involved’
- DOL offers tips for selecting an employee benefit plan auditor. Do you measure up?