There were so many great accounting blog posts and resources we discovered in July 2021, the Rules of Thumb blog from MoneyThumb decided we needed to share them with our readers. Once you have taken advantage of the following resources please take a minute to share this blog post on your social media page.
First off, if you are in the accounting profession and are looking for a job, Intuit is hiring if you are an active CPA (Certified Public Accountant), EA (Enrolled Agent), or Practicing Attorney. Here is the link to the job application.
This article from CPA Practice Advisor, 5 Ways Automation Elevates Your Accounting Department, is a very informative read.
Another great offering is this free downloadable whitepaper from CPA Practice Advisor, 3 Simple Tips to Help Your Accounting Firm Reduce Manual Data Entry.
This free whitepaper from Thomas Reuters, Four Ways Your Outdated Software is Costing You, is a gem that every accountant should download.
This blog post from the AICPA blog, New World, New Skills Finance Professionals need is truly a must-read for accountants.
Understanding Your Clients' Needs in a Post-Pandemic Market is a great blog post from Withum for all accountants to learn from.
For accountants seeking help with fraud concerns, Fraud Files Forensic Accounting Blog is a fantastic resource. Read this article, for instance, titled Sources of Information for Fraud Investigations.
Journal of Accountancy has this very informative post titled Why CPA Firms Need to Know About Restricted Top-Level Web Domains.
CPA Reed Tinsley has a great blog that focuses mainly on accounting for physicians. This blog post, 24 Observations About Physician's Finances is a great help if you as an accountant service any doctors.
Russ Fox, a Las Vegas CPA has a great blog, Taxable Talk, and this article is especially of interest to accountants, Is The IRS Telling Tax Professionals the Truth?
The above list of July 2021 blog posts and resources provided to you by the Rules of Thumb blog from MoneyThumb should keep you busy for a while. But never forget to keep checking our own blog for resources, blog posts, and news that accountants need to be informed of.