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CPA Conversations podcast

Dec 27, 2017

Financial planners do a lot of great and thorough work to ensure future financial success for their clients, but it can be easy to forget about proper account titling. Marsha Rubin, CPA, CFP, of Wharton Investment Consultants, explains how to make sure that this critical component is not forgotten during the planning...


Dec 18, 2017

In a podcast dedicated to the work of the new Pennsylvania CPA Foundation, we talked to Kristin Seeger, recruiting manager with Kreischer Miller in Horsham, about how she helps to spread the word about the CPA credential and the benefits it offers to young people as they exit the classroom and enter the workforce. She...


Dec 11, 2017

In a podcast dedicated in part to the work of the Pennsylvania CPA Foundation, CPA Conversations sits down with Mary Jeanne Welsh, professor of accounting and department chair at La Salle University in Philadelphia, to discuss the ways accounting education has changed in recent years. Among the topics discussed are how...


Dec 4, 2017

While opinions will vary among CPAs, many see working for a Big 4 firm to be an exciting beginning to their careers in accounting? But what are these firms looking for in an employee? What skill-sets must you have to get your foot in the door. And how important is it to achieve your CPA designation? (Hint:...


Nov 27, 2017

In a preview of her Careers & Lifestyles column for the winter 2018 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Patricia Benson, CPA, EdD, vice president of finance for Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, Pa., discusses how the role of the CFO has changed. Specifically, she zeroes in on two leadership types – transactional and...