Social Media Recap
Social media has gone from essentially non-existent to common in less than a decade. LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest and the like are household names. Given this, are CPAs and CPA firms utilizing social media as a part of their business? The answer may be surprising.
John Misuraca, CPA
Achieving Balance [PDF]
It’s no secret that many companies use Excel to prepare their financial statements. But the level of efficiency in that process could do with some improving. Our expert discusses tips and tricks for a better process.
Excel on the Web [PDF]
Did you know Excel has a built-in web browser with a special feature other browsers don’t? Here’s how to use the browser to retrieve online data.
Jeff Lenning, CPA, CITP
Break the Mold
Microsoft has been a ubiquitous presence since the early days of desktop computing. Windows. Excel. Word. The list goes on. However, there are alternatives that provide much of the functionality—for little to no cost—of the above products that can help you break Microsoft’s control grip.
Bruce A. Gray, CPA
Mythbusters: XBRL [PDF]
From being a burden to too complicated to something only finance people need to understand, there are lots of myths floating around regarding XBRL. We take a look at the facts to help you better understand—and utilize—this corporate reporting standard.
Brad J. Monterio
2012 California Accounting and Business Show Conference Guide [PDF]
Here’s your listing of who will be exhibiting at this year’s California Accounting and Business Show Conference, June 4-5.