Tax & Accounting Blog

Bridging the Generational Divide

Bridging the Generational Divide

Accounting Firms September 20, 2016

There’s a lot of press about the Baby Boomers exiting from the work force, and the many Millennials that are entering. But what does this mean to the accounting industry? How does this change affect our firm and our clients? Whether you own an accounting firm or small business, or you simply manage or lead … Read More

Mapping Your Path to Success

Mapping Your Path to Success

Imagine an airline pilot sitting down in the cockpit and saying, “Okay, we’re going to taxi down the runway and we’ll set the compass to west and with any luck we’ll wind up in Los Angeles.” That’s the analogy Ryan J. Niedoba, chief operating officer at Niedoba, Beppel & Company in Berlin, N.J., uses to … Read More

She Makes It Personal

She Makes It Personal

Chasity Hooks, CPA, had no experience working in a public accounting firm when she established Hooks CPA in 2008, though she had been handling all the accounting work at an oil field company. What she did have was many years of experience in customer service. Hooks began working at age 14— everything from waitressing and … Read More