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Best Mark Goldman CPA podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Mark Goldman CPA podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Bridget Kaigler, an accomplished state & local tax expert in the Louisiana area that is also making a difference in the area of helping emerging leaders grow, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. In this interview, we cover how Bridget’s career journey… Started later than you may expect as she was a “n…
 
Bethany Eggleston, a CPA whose career journey took her into the field of project management, shares her insights on the similarities and differences between the two fields on this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. In this interview, we will cover Bethany’s early years as she became interested in accounting due to a fa…
 
Crystal Cooke , Senior Manager of Governance and Talent at the Center for Audit Quality, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. In this episode, Crystal recounts the story of her career starting with a role in internal audit, and then moving into public accounting audit in order to expand the variety of …
 
We know your time is short during the holidays, so instead of bringing you a full episode, we had just a few items to pass on to you this Christmas Eve 2019. Thank you! First and foremost, thank you so so much for continuing to listen in on our interviews with successful accounting professionals. It’s hard to believe over 3 years have passed since …
 
Sabine Charles in New York shares her story of starting as a French & Spanish major, to landing in internal audit, to now starting the audit function with a national educational institution! Plus, Sabine helps others attain the professional certifications they desire through customized, strategic coaching programs. We discuss all these topics, plus…
 
Jay Kimelman, Founder of The Digital CPA, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. In this episode, we cover Jay’s career starting in industry accounting roles, through owning a nutritional business, and then to starting The Digital CPA and becoming an Ambassador for Xero. “Let’s take Accounting for fun” J…
 
This week we revisit one of our most popular shows from 2018, “How To Pass The CPA Exam – Tips from 5 Newly Certified CPAs”. This episode was popular for many reasons. First, all the participants were very recently certified at the time of the recording, so the efforts they went through to pass the CPA exam were still very fresh on their minds. Con…
 
Delene Taylor, CPA and Marketing Director for Deming, Malone, Livesay, & Ostroff in Kentucky joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. The early days… Delene started her career in accounting because of the positive influence from both her mother and father. Mom had worked in accounting, and Dad worked in sy…
 
Adriana Carpenter, the Chief Accounting Officer for Ping Identity, a company in Colorado that just recently went public, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. From finance major to CPA Adriana knew from an early age that the business world appealed to her, and consequently she started out early in an in…
 
Kecia Williams Smith, PhD and CPA from the North Carolina area, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. A strong foundation Kecia became interested in accounting and overall business at an early age. As she was about to enter college, it became apparent to her and her family all the opportunities that exi…
 
Brian Kush and Amber Setter of Intend2Lead joined us to discuss strategies for passing the CPA exam on this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. It’s more than just the basic goal… While goal setting is an important part of any passing strategy, our experts Brian and Amber discuss with us the right way to set a goal spec…
 
Stefanie Cavanaugh in Austin, Texas, joined us to share her career journey moving from a national accounting firm audit position, to CFO of a small non-profit in only 5 years, to executive-level roles with billion-dollar, publicly-traded companies. It all started in middle school As we began the interview, Stefanie shared that she became interested…
 
Anoop Mehta, CPA and President of Science Systems and Applications Incorporated, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Thank you Mr. Miller… As with many of our guests, Anoop became interested in accounting at an early age. He had many influencers, including his father, but one influencer made a greater…
 
This is a much shorter episode we produced specifically to highlight the launch of our most recent book: “49 Tips For Working With A Headhunter”. In this second book, we cover tips for both employers and job seekers. The purpose in releasing “49 Tips For Working With A Headhunter” was for individuals to understand more about how the industry works …
 
Robin Thieme, CPA and owner of KBS CFO in Maryland, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast to discuss her career and building a virtual CFO practice. Always interested in tech Robin starts the interview by sharing with us that she has always, and she means always, been interested in how technology can mak…
 
Shanikwa Davis of S. Davis Tax Consultants in Braintree, Massachusetts, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Growing up inner city… We start the interview as we do with most, by getting details on Shanikwa’s early career. Shanikwa started out with an interest in tax due to a fortuitous assignment she h…
 
Amber Setter, a CPA turned Professional Certified Coach, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. An easy “A” Although Amber ultimately decided to take her career in a different direction, accounting was something that always seemed to make sense and be easily understandable for her. She loved the accounti…
 
Kelly Richmond Pope, CPA, Associate Professor at DePaul University, and movie producer (!) joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Straight through to PhD Kelly knew at an early age that she was interested in accounting. She took an accounting class in high school and just seemed to understand how it work…
 
Liz Mason, CPA and founder of High Rock Accounting, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Family of Accountants Liz comes from literally a family full of accountants. She has several family members that chose accounting as a career; however, her career as an accountant started out much differently than …
 
Amy Pitter, the President and CEO for the Massachusetts CPA Society, and former Commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. From Law to Tax Amy’s path actually started in law school. While pursuing her law degree, she found that she frankly didn’t enjo…
 
Kurt Rathmann, founder of ScaleFactor in Austin, Texas, re-joined us for an update show on this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast! Still feels like a start-up I asked this early on in the episode, because I honestly wasn’t sure if “start-up” was still an appropriate term. However, while they are already in their 6th ye…
 
Chris Hooper from Accodex joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. In addition to being one of the most entrepreneurial guests we have had in a while, Chris lives in Adelaide, Australia, which makes him our first international guest for the show! Making money vs. keeping money Chris always had an interest …
 
Greg Ogburn, CPA and Co-Executive Director of the Panhandle Chapter of the Texas Society of CPAs (TXCPA), joined us to share his career story with us on Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Starting out early Greg’s career started along a traditional path. Straight out of college he joined one of the Big 8 accounting firms, and a l…
 
Don Maranca, originally our guest for episode number 1 (!), rejoined us for this new episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. An Old Friend… Yes, Don was the very first guest on our podcast, and we asked him back to both get an update and to go deeper on a few topics. In many of our podcast interviews we have a wonderful con…
 
Jim Wallace, the CEO of BPM, a top 50 national CPA firm, joined us to share the story of his career, thoughts on diversity and inclusion, and insights into servant leadership on this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Be A Good Father As with all episodes, we began this one by asking how Jim originally chose accounting…
 
Joey Havens, Executive Partner with Horne LLP, a large, regional firm with a national footprint, shared his time with us on Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. 35 years! With the exception of the first few years out of college, Joey has spent his entire career with Horne LLP – 35 years at this point! Although Joey describes himsel…
 
Amanda Aguillard, founder of three accounting-related businesses in the New Orleans area, and more importantly a mother of two wonderful children, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Paper Paper Everywhere… Even early in Amanda’s career, she wondered if things could be done differently. She initially …
 
Erin Daiber, founder of Well Balanced Accountants, a coaching business specifically serving the accounting profession, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Anything But Accounting This episode started with a little surprise. Erin told the story of her early decisions that led her to want to become an a…
 
Byron Patrick, a CPA whose career has been built in technology, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go. Learning Accounting through Monopoly! Byron’s was initially influenced to pursue accounting as a profession like many of us were – by taking a high school level accounting course. He also te…
 
Becoming a CPA has had a tremendous positive effect on my life and career, both in jobs within the core accounting profession as well as in roles where I didn’t even see a number most days, but rather was working more in support of the profession in people-serving positions. However, no matter what the position or role was, in all cases being a CPA…
 
Amy Vetter, author, technologist, and CEO of The B3 Method Institute, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Amy’s earliest influencer regarding accounting was the legacy her grandfather left the family: He was a CPA. Her mother talked about her grandfather and how big a part of his life being a CPA was,…
 
Jody Padar, author of “The Radical CPA” publications and founder of New Visions CPA Group, was our guest for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go! Ice Cream and Taxes Jody was influenced to pursue accounting in the same manner as many accountants – she had family in the industry. Her father had a tax prac…
 
Natasha Schamberger, CPA and CEO of the Kansas Society of CPAs, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go! Midwest Girl Moves To The Big City! …is pretty much a direct quote from the audio interview in this podcast. Natasha is from Kansas and attended Kansas State University when pursuing her acc…
 
Joseph Rugger, a CPA that has been able to structure his work life to be 100% remote, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go. Getting Started We start this interview in the same manner as most, with the story of Joseph’s early career. Joseph started in public accounting, but only stayed for a …
 
Tim Gearty, Editor-In-Chief and National Lead Instructor for Becker CPA Review, as well as Managing Partner for Gearty & McIntyre, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go. Snow Shoveling Is Hard Work Like most of our episodes, we started off by asking how Tim got into the accounting profession.…
 
Mariette Martinez, an EA (Enrolled Agent) from the Los Angeles area, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast! Runs In The Family… Mariette’s initial interest in becoming an accountant stemmed from her family legacy of entrepreneurship. Through constantly being around her family of entrepreneurs, she realiz…
 
Lindsay Stevenson, a CPA, VP of Finance, and consulting firm owner in South Dakota, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. Perseverance & Determination We open up the interview with the story of how Lindsay decided to choose accounting as her career path in the first place, and it’s quite an eventful tal…
 
For this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast, we were joined by the soon-to-transition CEO of United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County, Lyndon Herridge CPA. Roots in the Commercial World Something that may surprise listeners is that while Lyndon is a very passionate about the manner in which United Way serves the communi…
 
Jina Etienne joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go. Jina has had a tremendous career. From building her own accounting practice, to serving our profession through working at both AICPA and NABA, to now joining Grant Thornton in the role of Director of Diversity & Inclusion! Jina very openly s…
 
Ramsey Womack joined us this week to share his story of starting in the Army, to becoming a partner in a public accounting firm, to shifting into the consulting world in order to get more variety in his daily work life. Born Into Accounting Early in the interview Ramsey shares with us that he was “born into accounting” in that he had many family me…
 
Robina Bennion, a CPA with a highly specialized business coaching individuals on the key areas of soul, self, and money, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. In addition to being a CPA, Robina is a Certified Money Coach (CMC) as well! This episode is truly enlightening and has something for everyone. E…
 
We were very fortunate this week to be able to interview Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, the Immediate Past Chair of the American Institute of CPAs, for this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast. A Fortunate Turn of Events Kimberly knew from an early age that she wanted to be a CPA. As early as 3rd grade, she realized that becom…
 
John Bryan, CPA and now high school teacher in the Houston, Texas, area shared his career journey with us this week on Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast! Started at PwC Although he has now been a teacher for 17 years, John’s career started out in the audit field. After moving from internship into a staff position with PriceWaterh…
 
This week on Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast, leadership coach Brian Kush, CPA, shared his career journey with us as well as some valuable insights on building a business and building your own leadership skills! “Forced to Learn About Business” As with many accountants, Brian’s career in accounting started with a position in pu…
 
We have a special episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast, for you this week! For this recording, we interviewed five different professionals that are leaders in the internship programs at their respective firms: – Adam Dimick from Briggs & Veselka in Houston – Tim Pike from Howard in Dallas – Sandra Ou from Maxwell Locke & …
 
Carrie Bradshaw of CD Bradshaw and Associates in Georgetown, Texas, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go! Maybe Accounting Will Be Easy! Interestingly enough, Carrie actually wanted to be a District Attorney until her senior year in high school. It was that year that she decided to take the …
 
Samantha Bowling from Garbelman Winslow CPAs in Maryland joined us on Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go. In this episode, Samantha shares her journey from starting as an entry-level accountant, to becoming the first female partner at the 50-year-old full-service accounting firm. Opportunity For Women In Accounting Sam…
 
Rubik Yeriazarian, Principal with Briggs & Veselka in the area of Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting, a podcast production of Where Accountants Go. Targeted the area early on… In the beginning of this episode, Rubik recounts the story of how he came to work in forensic accounting in the first …
 
For this first episode of 2019, we revisited one of our early shows – number 10 in fact! Harriet Helmle, a CPA, the Director of Client Relations with Covenant Multi-Family Offices, and the Founder of San Antonio Youth Literacy, had joined us to share the story of her career journey as well as the very inspiring recollection of how SAYL came into ex…
 
In this short episode, I’m taking the opportunity to review some of the publications we’ve recently launched, and talk a little about upcoming episodes in January. We won’t be posting new podcasts during the Christmas and New Year’s weeks due the busy-ness of this time of year, plus everyone’s uncertain schedules. However, we will be back in full f…
 
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