Best Accounting podcasts — Tactics, management, practices (Updated September 2019; image)
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Podcasts about accountancy and its processes such as bookkeeping and auditing. These podcasts are ideal for bookkeepers and certified public accountants, as well as for anyone who wants to pass the CPA exam and have a successful accounting career.
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Discussions about accounting management, best practices, controls, throughput accounting, and GAAP for the accountant, controller, or CFO.
We discuss the latest accounting news and tips on how to succeed at the big 4 accounting firms. This includes information about KPMG, PwC, Deloitte and EY.
The AICPA presents the Journal of Accountancy podcast. Where we talk about the key issues facing the accounting profession.
Accounting Today’s editors talk with thought leaders and changemakers from across the public accounting profession.
The Bean Counter
The Bean Counter is your guide to a successful accounting career! Whether you're in University looking for your first job, or crushing it at your full time career, The Bean Counter is the show for you! We have topics ranging from preparing your resume and interviewing, to dealing with salary negotiations and being promoted. We'll have interviews with today's most inspiring accountants and find out how they got where they are today, and what advice they have for you! We'll also talk with recr ...
These educational podcasts offer an in-depth exploration of a range of subjects relevant to the ACCA Qualification. Areas covered include risk, governance, ethics, audit, human resource management, strategy, environmental accounting and many more.
The International Accounting Standards Board (Board) develops IFRS Standards, required in more than 140 jurisdictions. This podcast is for interested parties to keep up to date on the work of the Board and developments in financial reporting.
Accountants are looking for new ways to maintain and increase their revenue given the slow decline in demand for their traditional tax compliance services. One key area where accountants have potential for expansion is in providing strategic advice to their SME clients. Each episode, Peter Towers will present news, ideas and tips on the challenges faced by accountants in delivering business advisory and non compliance services to their clients.
Growing Your Firm is the Top Podcast for Ambitious Firm Owners to find tips, tactics, and strategies on how to Grow their Firm (or practice!). In this podcast we'll be interviewing Top Thought Leaders in Accounting, Tax, Bookkeeping, Practice Management, Marketing, Social Media, Succession Planning, Partner Relations, Pricing, and much more.
This is THE PODCAST for learning about how to dominate your professional accounting or finance career and how to become certified in your field as a CPA, CMA, EA, CIA or CISA. Bryan Kesler walks you through the steps he took to pass the CPA exam while working full time and hosts interviews with people very similar to yourself to learn how they are successful in their careers. Bryan launched his blog and in July of 2012 and has helped thousands of people sign up a ...
I Love Bookkeeping is a global community of Bookkeeping Professionals. We all bleed bookkeeping and want to grow and prosper our businesses. This podcast is for Bookkeeping Professionals who serve clients, and it's for the woman or man who aspires to join our great industry. Join Ben Robinson every Tuesday to geek out on Bookkeeping.
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“Recovering CPA” John Garrett talks with professionals who are shattering the stereotype by being known for a hobby or passion outside of work. Accountants, consultants, lawyers and other professionals are doing some really cool things after they leave the office -- things that impact their careers in surprising ways.
THRIVEal Podcasts
THRIVEal is a place where CPAs build Community, Collaborate, focus on Technology and Innovate for the future of the CPA industry. The THRIVEcast, the monthly podcast from the Network, is Jason and Greg's dysfunctional journey through the changes taking place in the public accounting space. Journey with them and their warped humor to a place of greater business enlightenment in your business and in your freakin' life! Change is coming… (dang it!)
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Joe Woodard details the four steps accountants need to take to become a 'risen advisor.'
Areas of Practice Certified Public Accountant with 17 years tax experience Certified Valuation analyst with 10 years experience in business valuation Serves small businesses and individuals in the areas of taxation, business valuation, financial reporting and software support services Education • Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Clarion Universit ...…
One of the most common questions that Ben gets is around documenting processes because they are often all over the place. [0:35] The first thing to do is to distinguish between process documentation and process improvement. Whether or not you have your processes written down, you will have processes in place on how you do things. [1:00] The rea ...…
Karen Dillon, a former editor with Harvard Business Review and author of the HBR Guide to Office Politics, discusses assertive strategies for empowering your career when you have a rocky relationship with your boss.
Just as the rising generations of accountants have very different characteristics from the baby boomer generation, so does the rising generation of clients, according to Sarah Dobek of Inovautus Consulting.
Jessie has a background in education and actually worked as a history teacher. One day in her third year, she wanted to teach some new classes and was given a flat refusal from her boss. At that point, she realized her days as a teacher were numbered. She stumbled upon Bookkeeper Business Launch on the Penny Hoarder and it seemed like a good fi ...…
What is the top challenge facing U.S. finance executives? This podcast episode explores that topic and two other fast-rising obstacles detailed in a quarterly survey.
Finding and keeping the right kind of people, innovation and technology are among the top issues the accounting profession needs to grapple with, according to Marcum LLP's Jeff Weiner.
I look forward to meeting with clients to help them automate their small business bookkeeping so they we can focus on their financial strength. We review the financial statements to make them easier to understand, and take action steps together to achieve the owner's goals. Some want to grow the business, while others are ready to build an exit ...…
A not-for-profit’s survival depends on high-quality oversight from its board. In this episode, learn how using the right governance strategy can help your not-for-profit thrive.
Brooke started off in the industry as an account manager with a construction company, until one day she got fired which was a first for her. Brooke was a day trader for a few years after that but once that became stale, she started looking for other opportunities. She had always wanted to start a business and after doing some searching, she fou ...…
Growth consultant Gale Crosley dives into large-opportunity pursuit, and what accountants need to do to land the big fish.
In this episode our special guest is Sophie Taylor, an internal auditor at a financial services company. As a prizewinner from the March 2019 Strategic Business Leader exam, Sophie shares which resources she found most useful and offers tips about how to study for and pass the SBL exam.
Have you ever wondered how much your favorite college football team is worth? Mark Zyla, CPA/ABV, and Dan Cohen, Esq., discuss the value of teams to universities — and the ways in which a CPA might try to determine their financial valuation.
Dave and his wife have been working together for a long time. She took on the bookkeeping side of things, while Dave had been running his pharmacy. After selling off the business and traveling for a while, they got into real estate investing and eventually started looking at bookkeeping itself as a business. [4:30] Dave knew what his niche was ...…
Ample advice exists for managers to improve on how they deliver feedback. Less common is coaching on how to be better at receiving feedback. Rebekah Brown, CPA, director of development for the Maryland Association of CPAs and the Business Learning Institute, shares insight on receiving feedback.
In Episode 98, Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte discuss what consulting means and share real life examples of how consulting engagements have worked for them in the past. Jason and Greg then welcome the one and only Peter Block onto the show. Their natural discussion of consulting and community philosophies will challenge you to think differently abo ...…
From preparer regulation and Sec. 199A to Wayfair and the new 1040s, NCCPAP president Neil Fishman shares the top issues facing the tax practitioner community.
Kevin has been hustling his entire life. Multiple streams of revenue have always been a focus for him and that has manifested into multiple businesses during his adult life. [6:00] Math had always been a favorite subject for Kevin, and he worked with his father in an accounting role during high school and college, but eventually wanted to do so ...…
Should you immediately tell a co-worker about a dysfunctional work environment? It’s one of several questions addressed by leadership expert Jennifer Wilson.
Liability insurance experts Deb Rood and Stan Sterna share major emerging malpractice and liability concerns for accountants.
My name is Adrian Dayton. By day I am the Founder and CEO of Clearview Social, an app used by over 100 professional services firms to make it easier to get their team sharing on social. I’m an internationally recognized speaker on social media and business development. I’ve trained over 15,000 professionals on LinkedIn, Twitter and effective bl ...…
Kevin started off in the IT world and he quickly got pretty tired of getting yelled at all the time. One of his friends started a business, and Kevin started doing the IT stuff for it, which eventually developed into business management. After that Kevin went back and got his MBA, graduated in 2016, and along the way, dabbled in real estate. Th ...…
Jonathan Flack, CPA, discusses why leaders of family businesses have such a difficult time with succession planning and what CPAs can do to help them.
AICPA chief auditor Bob Dohrer shares new developments in the rules around audit evidence, key audit matters for non-public clients, and much more.
G. Alan Long, CPA, CITP, CGMA, is the managing member of Baldwin. Alan received his accounting degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1979 and was certified in 1981. His service to the profession includes having been President and Secretary/Treasurer of the Kentucky Society of CPAs, chair of the Education Foundation of the KYCPA, a member o ...…
Prior to bookkeeping, Annette was a dental hygienist for 35 years. Her life was very structured, and every minute of her time was accounted for. Her journey into bookkeeping was pretty tumultuous. After her husband suddenly died, at the age of 56, she took over his business and realized that the books were a mess. In the process of trying to fi ...…
How does an “eager beaver” work best with a pessimist? This is one example of how different personality types might interact at work. Learn more in this episode.
Diane Jules, deputy director of the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants, discusses how IESBA has been developing its Code of Ethics and technology for accountants to use around the world.
Louie made the leap towards entrepreneurship and started his own firm in January of 2016. Louie's firm primarily works with individuals and small to medium sized business owners nationwide, where he helps business owners and individuals get in control of their finances and taxes. Louie has been able to utilize social media to build his business ...…
Why are small business owners optimistic? And why do they have cause for concern? A close follower of small business has answers.
Jackie’s family had always wanted to live in America so her family moved to LA, but for various reasons, it didn’t work out. She needed to set something up that was relevant to her degree in order for it to be seen as successful in the eyes of Immigration and be able to stay in the States. She stumbled across Bookkeeper Business Launch in 2016 ...…
This episode addresses how and why CPA licensure requirements might evolve as a result of the technological revolution that’s transforming the accounting profession.
Technology is a growing factor in accounting firm M&A, according to Transition Advisors' Joel Sinkin, whether in terms of smaller firm merging up for a forward-looking tech platform, or CPAs bringing on board IT and cyber-security consultants.
Aside from being a partner at L&H, Kyle is also the owner of Atlas Wealth Advisors where also provides clients with a comprehensive roadmap to meet their financial goals. He spends a considerable about of time on continuing education, attaining advanced designations from The Booth School of Business in Chicago and The Wharton School of Business ...…
In Episode 97, Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte continue their tradition of hosting their summer book club. Jason discussed The Business of Expertise by David C Baker and The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker. Greg reviewed Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert and The War of Art by Stephen Pressfield.By Thriveal.
Jessica’s personal style is hyper feminine, but deep down she likes math and numbers. That synthesis is where the moniker Sparkle Bookkeeping came from. [2:50] When Jessica was in college she had an opportunity to work for a cannabis tax firm, and got a feel for the industry as well as learned bookkeeping directly. After a while, she wanted to ...…
Legislation in states around the country could put CPA licensure in danger. This episode examines what practitioners need to know to help ensure the profession is protected.
Even as the profession as a whole is changing, Grant Thornton national managing partner of tax services Jamie Fowler shares how tax professionals need to prepare themselves to thrive in a new environment.
Steven Brewer & Company, CPAs, PC is a full service accounting and consulting firm. We cater to a wide variety of clients ranging from individuals to medium-sized corporations. We specialize in retirement planning, business consulting, investments, estates and trusts, and personal financial planning. In addition to our specialty areas, we also ...…
Jenna used to work as an auditor, but the position involved being surrounded by negative people as well as physical demands that didn’t work with her family’s schedule. After getting denied when she tried to adjust her work schedule, Jenna realized that she should probably venture out on her own. She found the Bookkeeper Business Launch program ...…
FASB vice chairman Jim Kroeker shares advice for successful implementation of accounting standards, as well as what’s on the horizon for FASB.
The current chair of the AICPA, Bill Reeb, shares his passion for the future of the profession.
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