Natalie Merrill
April 3, 2016
At the 1st Global National Conference 2015, Carl Peterson, CPA, vice president of small firms at the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), provided his thoughts and findings concerning the challenges and opportunities accounting professionals are facing today. As an advocate...Read more »
Shawn Baxter, CAMS, Manager, Centralized Compliance Controls
March 28, 2016
With all of the available technologies at hand today, scammers aren’t limiting themselves to computer hacking methods to steal individuals’ identities — they are now using tactics via phone and email to threaten taxpayers into providing personal and financial information...Read more »
Rick Spencer, CFA, Fixed Income Trader
March 25, 2016
The decline in energy prices over the last two years has benefited American consumers through lower gasoline and utilities costs while holding down inflationary pressure. Lower-income families can spend more than 20 percent of their incomes on energy, including both...Read more »
Natalie Merrill
March 23, 2016
Individuals involved in professional sports know what it takes to win and what it feels like to lose. But you don’t have to be an athlete to apply practical winning strategies to your life and your career. At 1st Global’s...Read more »
Jordan Andreola
March 21, 2016
Small partnerships and large multi-partner CPA firms may have more in common than you think. According to a recent survey conducted by the AICPA Private Company Practice Section (PCPS), four distinct segments of public accounting firms have identified the same...Read more »
Natalie Merrill
March 15, 2016
Many situations in life, particularly those involving financial decisions, require an individual to be able to make decisions that could have significant lasting impacts. While decisions are frequently made instinctively on an emotional basis, there’s a more effective means by...Read more »
Greg Wilson, Head of Information Security
February 24, 2016
While computer system breaches are often done through means of technology, there are certain methods hackers can use to gather information through other forms of manipulation — especially social engineering. Social engineering is another way for hackers to take advantage...Read more »
Greg Wilson, Head of Information Security
February 15, 2016
While the latest advancements in technology have made life more convenient for a vast majority of individuals in our society, they’ve also led to the increase of the abilities of hackers to compromise others’ computers, creating not only nuisances but...Read more »
Nate Biddick, CFP®, AVP, Practice Consulting
January 7, 2016
When a CPA firm incorporates wealth management into its business, there are many changes that will be necessary in order for the firm to successfully function and provide the highest quality service experience to its clients. However, there is one...Read more »
Natalie Merrill, Senior Marketing and Communication Writer
January 5, 2016
While many people believe they must be talented at everything they attempt in life in order to be truly successful, research has proven that this is not a reality. At 1st Global National Conference 2015, Lewis Schiff, author of Business...Read more »

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