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For many Americans, April 15 — Tax Day — is their least favorite day of the year. In 2009, Americans paid $866 billion in taxes to the federal government. The top 1% of earners — those making more than $343,927 — paid 36.7% of that figure. The bottom 50%, those who earned less than $32,396, paid $19 billion in taxes.[…] Continue Reading »
While many people in America are struggling to find work, certified public accountants remain in demand. This is one of the fields in which quality education and training can definitively lead to a solid career. Not only are companies searching for qualified candidates now; studies are showing that the demand for CPAs will continue to rise through the next several years.[…] Continue Reading »
This post was written by Cindy Kraft, the CFO Coach, who is a career and personal-brand strategist for CFOs and corporate finance executives.
Last week, we asked: Are the Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Management Accountant credentials as valuable to CFOs as a Certified Public Accountant credential?[…] Continue Reading »