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Tackling Title Fraud in Riverside County, California

Tackling Title Fraud in Riverside County, California

By Tad Simons In Riverside County, CA, the district attorney’s Real Estate Fraud Unit receives 20 to 40 calls per month from citizens reporting suspicious or alarming activity regarding property-related fraud. Of the various forms of tax and property fraud the county experiences, one of the most pernicious and potentially devastating is known as “title … Read More

Mind Meld: Finding New Ways to Attract and Retain Millennials

Mind Meld: Finding New Ways to Attract and Retain Millennials

A lot has been written about the differences between millennials, Generation Xers and baby boomers in today’s workforce. It’s universally agreed that the cradle-to-grave mentality that defined boomer employees is a thing of the past as millennials take their place as the largest segment of America’s labor force. The Pew Center for Research reports that … Read More

The Accountant’s Guide to the Social Media Galaxy

The Accountant’s Guide to the Social Media Galaxy

Traditionally, accountants and accounting marketers relied primarily on face-to-face networking for marketing and business development. With the proliferation of social media, a paradigm shift has occurred from in-person conversations to online networking. If your firm remains reluctant about joining the social sphere, consider the opportunities you may be missing. Accounting firms engage in social media … Read More

Four Ways to Evolve Your Auditing Firm Today

Four Ways to Evolve Your Auditing Firm Today

By now, most of us have been exposed to some sort of doom and gloom message about automated systems and ‘robots’ taking over the future of the tax and accounting profession. Google “jobs most likely to be replaced by technology”, and you will notice accountant, auditor, tax professional, etc. are all going to show up … Read More