It’s been a big year here at CPA Success. We hit our five-year anniversary, logged our 1,500th post, and launched a new in-house version of the blog that looks better and gives us more control over our own content.
So as a milestone 2012 comes to a close, let’s wrap things up with a look back at our 25 most popular posts of the year.
- Social media for accounting students
- PTIN directories: Do they have your personal information?
- IRS PTIN confusion
- The world without CPAs
- Romney vs. Obama on taxes: Who’s the man?
- Once more, with feeling: Celebrating our newest CPAs
- Beware of bank comfort letters
- CPA vs. accountant: Are they the same?
- Carry-on Q&A: Disposable razors? Yes. Dynamite? No.
- Are you a digital CPA?
- Economic census forms on their way, and they’re mandatory
- ‘Gangnam Style’ — with CPAs!
- Technology, legislation and regulation top issues for CPAs
- XBRL is back. Transparency won’t be denied.
- Being a CPA is risky business these days
- Sandy cuts power to NJ, NY CPA societies; help spread the word
- Maryland income tax, withholding changes reviewed
- People will save us. Politics will kill us.
- Oath an ‘exclamation point’ on new CPAs’ milestone
- Are we still a profession?
- Your competitive advantage? Passion.
- The three most powerful words for innovation
- Want some good news?
- Social media and CPAs: Getting an ROI from your ROA!
- Top seven issues facing you professionals
Happy new year, everyone! Catch you on the flip side …