I am curious, I have a sort of education-a-holic type thing going on where I continue to want to gain more knowledge. I am working toward my CPA currently. My ultimate goal is to become a CFO or Controller of an organization some day. I have been as high as a Senior Accountant in a mid-size corporation. I am currently a Corporate Accountant in a small business that consists of my controller,an A/P manager, and an A/R manager. I am basically an Assistant Controller with most of the associates duties, but not all. So here is where you already successful CFOs and Controllers come into play.
What cfo magazine, book, newsletters, etc do you read daily, monthly, yearly, to get sharp and stay sharp. If I were your protégé, what would you recommend? A part from my school texts I have read Steven Bragg's "Fast Close" to learn about closing accounting books quickly and accurately.