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Accounting, Auditing, Internal Audit, Tax preparation, Oral and Written Communication ExperiencePrinicpal : Keith E. Johnson CPA PA - [1997-01 to Current]Prepare individual, business, and non-profit tax returns. Perform bookkeeping services for msall business clients. Also, perform IRS and ... See full profile

Unfortunately, businesses can't be trusted to do the right thing and thus the quid pro quo is required. The good thing is the long term unemployed...
Depends. If it were in CO or WA where its legal, then I have no business in it. Also, if the gun is legal and his background checks clean otherwise...
Hell, no. If the post is on the candidates time and equipment, I have no business what they've done. I would do a background check for anything...
As well it should. Fairness beats fit. When businesses show that greed no longer consumes them, I will be more trusting, but when you have corporate...
Agree but what needs to be done is roll back taxes with the caveat that x amount of jobs at an average salary of y be created or the taxes return....
First, nobody is perfect and will have all of the qualifications. Most employers use about 80% as a rule of thumb ro account for that. But we wouldn...
Actually David, you did miss the memo on playing fair and getting people who have suffered for years back to work ASAP and giving them preference to...
But the person already is working IS working and thus has income and thus pays taxes and (hopefully) contributes to charities to help the poor. The...
Yep Edward, You hire to get the long term unemployed off the dole. Obviously you have to hire qualified people. You can't put an engineer into a...
I always define qualified as meeting the magic 80% of the job description
Remember, how do you propose to get the long-term unemployed back on track if you don't hire them Hmmmm??
Easy, base it on time unemployed. The longest unemployed gets first shot (assuming the meet the magic 80% of your job requirements) Unfortunately, we...
I agree with the above. If you have a Christmas bonus, it really is a gimmie and it becomes expected, then people get jealous if some got more than...
While people will quit even under the best of circumstances, have you taken a look at yourself. Are you fair with your employees. Have you given them...
I agree with Audrey. Obviously, she should not be doing this, but if its a matter of just being nosy and no attempt to steal or hack. The first thing...
I'll agree with that. The people who lie easily and as a habit should be fired. But those who fear the boss will target them and who will lie to...
Well, after a 20 year marriage with someone who would get mad at a drop of the hat and nag, the main lesson is, if you don't want people to lie, then...
I agree. It could even be the poster Tim. Not saying he is, but did he take a close look at his own communication style. Are his employees afraid of...
And I do with the caveat that that social safety net programs are dismantled. But yeah, we need a higher living wage that supports people. But...
Uh yeah!! They have less studying and testing. They have proven less, so they are less qualified. If CPA's weren't put out in front here, then why...
Absolutely yes. But start with putting human nature first (within reason) before business success. The first will take care of the second.
Ask your manager, but be prepared for the answer
No amount of money is worth dry heaving every morning due to stress. If you're that bad, get out. You'll find something else.
We're doing Small Data as it were. We're just a small CPA shop, but we have embraced Big Data ideals and use scaled down versions to track...
I can see both sides of the argument here. If you can do the job, you can do the job and that would be good, but if they want a CPA, it wouldn't be...