Top Accounting Blogs
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The 401(k) CPA is written by Michael P. Lawrance, he leads the employee benefit plan audit team at Salmon Sims Thomas Accountants and Consultants. The 401(k) CPA focuses on healthcare, employee and benefits plans.
Matthew Patrick is the author behind The "ADD" Accountant where he blogs on accounting and related musings. Matthew owns Patrick Accounting specializing in small business, the firm has received prestigious accolades for their services.
The best accounting advice comes from closely held business leaders. Jim Redpath writes at the CPA With A View, during his CPA exam he scored the third highest score in the nation in 1980, as his experience evolved over the years he continues to publish current and up to date advice.
Thomas Selling is the co-founder and beneficial owner of Grove Technologies, LLC. At the Accounting Onion he writes about auditing, accounting concepts and conceptual frameworks. Thomas offers specialized in-house training that covers currency translation and pressing issues that affect accountants, financial managers, and analysts.
This blog is written by, Nicholas J. Pennewell, a well-versed accountant in the studies of accounting, and finance. He boasts two degrees, one in accounting from Florida Southern College, and an additional degree in Finance from the Florida State University. His CPA firm in Brandon provides expert accounting services and tax work for non-profit organizations, businesses of all sizes, and individuals at reasonable rates. The firm also audits not-for-profits when requested. Nicholas says, "I strive to sweat the details so that my clients don't have to."
Francine McKenna has more than twenty years experience as a consultant and has served professionally at two Big 4 firms, (both in the US and abroad). Francine McKenna's blog aims to address unprecedented changes in the accounting profession, and professional services in general including (but not limited to) the current approach to safeguarding shareholder interests, as well as the other stakeholders of the modern publicly traded global enterprise. Francine McKenna also enjoys freelance writing has had her articles published in the Financial Times, Accountancy Age, Accountancy Magazine, the FEI Blog, and various financial, media, and technology blogs. She also blogs at Forbes.com and is occasionally reposted at the The Huffington Post.
Ms. McKenna has more than twenty-five years of experience in a range of industries in the consulting and professional services environment. She is fluent in Spanish, as well as her native English, and provides services in either language. Her firm, McKenna Partners LLC specializes in advising other professional services firms.
This blog focuses on "NEWS, VIEWS, and PRACTICAL TIPS."
Jeff Moore is owner and principal consultant of JE Moore, CPA, PC, a forensic and managerial accounting and consultancy practice located in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a certified public accountant (certified in financial forensics), a certified fraud examiner, and a certified insolvency and restructuring advisor. Jeff graduated cum laude from Georgia State University in 1977, earning a BBA degree in accounting.
For over twenty years, he has specialized in the delivery of CFO and controllership services. Jeff's firm has since expanded into several niche-practice areas including; corporate recovery and restructuring services, internal control and antifraud services, forensic accounting and litigation support, and financial staffing and recruiting. Today, Jeff primarily practices as a forensic accounting expert, serving lawyers and their clients, and performing internal investigations for organizations of all types.
Jeff established and also maintains another niche-oriented blog called, "Forensic Accounting Today."
From Russ Fox, E.A., of Clayton Financial and Tax of Irvine, CA. All of the items below are for information only and are not meant as tax advice. Please consult your own tax advisor to see how each item impacts your own situation.
Skeptical Texas CPA is a certified public accountant located in Texas. This blogger has an MBA from the University of Chicago. The self-proclaimed purpose of the blog is to share knowledge and help other CPA's avoid pitfalls. Skeptical Texas CPA claims to "have seen a lot and made many mistakes." This blogger Hopes to share what he has learned, and more importantly, wants you to learn something from the mistakes already made.
Our Taxing Times was started in 2004 to follow and comment on the US tax system and the business of doing taxes. This blogger discusses interesting information found everywhere that relates (in some way) to taxes and running your own business. Our Taxing Times strives to keep the readers up-to-date on tax changes. After doing taxes for 23 years with humble beginnings as a seasonal preparer for H&R Block this blogger now owns McIntire Tax Center and has earned Enrolled Agent status since 2003.
In 2011, she added Mom & Pops blog. This is her very own business blog to share additional knowledge she has acquired related with running a micro business.
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