The printing press. The steam engine. The assembly line. These technologies revolutionized the way we work and set humanity on a different course for productivity. And now Jasen Stine, training leader at Intuit, is drawing attention to what he calls the “fourth industrial revolution.”
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Adapt or deal with being left behind. There’s no shortage of internet articles about how companies and firms must learn to evolve if they don’t want to get left behind.
Radical CPA Jody Padar covered this exact topic at the AICPA Engage conference in Las Vegas when she sat down with Aaron Berson, the managing director of the Virtual Business Team at Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C. The two also discussed the balance between being a CPA and a technologist, and what the most exciting new technology is.
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There’s that saying that we fear what we don’t understand, and for many experienced professionals—like CPAs who have been around since Intuit first hit the scene in the ’80s—technology is very intimidating.
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Shocker: No one enters the world of nonprofits to make big money. In fact, the average salary for an executive director position at a nonprofit is around $61k, which is barely above the average income for US workers ($59,039). But thankfully, working at a nonprofit is more than a salary—it can be rewarding beyond compare and a real way to effect change. They say money isn’t everything, right?!
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Someone should really write a tell-all book for business success that includes a money-back guarantee. There's no doubt that we'd buy that book. But since it doesn't exist (yet), the next-best alternative is to research and learn how to avoid the biggest mistakes and pain points your business might face.