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Blake and David do a great job each week giving a quick rundown of the latest headlines in accounting. If you’re trying to keep up with the latest trends and stories in accounting this podcast is a must!
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This podcast is great. Super informative. Blake and David do a great job covering the latest news in the accounting industry. Highly recommend for accounting professionals looking to keep up with the evolving profession.
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Blake and David do a great job keeping abreast of all the changes in the profession and even more importantly making sure to call out the parts of the profession need to change to stay ahead. With the ever changing technology landscape they help to make sure we are evaluating our process and our technology stack to ensure we use the best of breed. Thanks for being a voice.
— Brent Forbush, CPA
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We're joined by Jennifer Johnson, CPA, and Sr. Lecturer in Accounting at the University of Texas at Dallas, along with her entire Accounting Information Systems class — our very first virtual studio audience! We take a break and let the students share articles of interest to them, including stories about smart speakers, how using social media the wrong way could keep you from getting a job (or help you get one); then share stories on celebrating WeWork's failed IPO, the AICPA Economic Outlook Survey. There's also a Q&A session with the class, where we share some insights and experience from our own careers in accounting and technology.
The sales tax implications of the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. United States Supreme Court decision are far reaching — perhaps even more than accountants and bookkeepers realize! Blake and David sat down with sales tax experts Dena Oberst and Diane Yetter at Accountex USA in Boston to get an overview of the Wayfair decision, what it means for our clients, and what it means for our own professional services firms. You may not realize it, but the way you sell software and services via engagement letters could create "nexus" for your firm in many states, which might result in a burdensome compliance requirement. Tune in to learn more!