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Life as a CPA (2): What is a CITP?

– Ty’s Summer Internship – Day 1 continued – Driving from the Honolulu International Airport to ITK office was just amazing. I am sure it is nothing special for Donny, but what I notice is the stunning blue sky, gorgeous ocean view, and TONS of Japanese tourists. Wow, this is like a home away from home … Continue reading

A Peek Into Life as a CPA: Preface

In my Reigniting blog post, I mentioned that being a CPA is not just a job, it’s a lifestyle.  One of the things that I like about the profession is that is provides us (CPAs) with a ton of opportunities—not just in the type of jobs and organizations that we can work in, but in … Continue reading

Giving Thanks for Opportunity

As I reflect on what I am thankful for this year, I really am thankful for the gifts from others that have helped me to be successful in all my endeavors. So I thought I’d write a little mini-series sharing some insight into these gifts over the Thanksgiving weekend.  My first two posts were about … Continue reading

Ensuring that you’re inspiring your staff

A quick video tidbit from Ernie Almonte, CPA and former chairman of the AICPA about how leaders in organizations need to ensure that they are inspiring their younger generations and setting a good tone from the top: Are You Under-Inspiring Young CPAs. He’s talking about CPA firms, but the principles he’s discussing are universal to … Continue reading

Proud to be a CPA? Yes! But…

In his last Chair letter, AICPA Chair Paul Stahlin called on all CPAs to display our credential whenever possible: As I near the end of my very exciting and rewarding year as AICPA board chairman, I want to talk a little about introductions. That may seem like a strange topic to bring up so late … Continue reading

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