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The Industry Accountant's Intelligence Briefing

Helpful Hints from the Trenches

By Joseph D. Rotman, CPA
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Price: $50.00
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Format: Softcover
ISBN 13: 978-1-63413-500-9
LCCN: 2015906041
Trim Size: 7" x 10"
Number of Pages: 186
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
Publication Date: 6/8/2015

One of the coolest, most practical and most utilizable accounting books ever written.

The Industry Accountant’s Intelligence Briefing offers vital insights, in a previously untouched field of study, for today’s industry accounting and finance professionals to refine their skills and minimalize disruptions.

Discussed in depth are the 25 most common spreadsheet errors, 20 most common communication errors, 15 most common preparation/review errors and 5 most common awareness errors that plague accounting and finance professionals.

Additionally:
• There are no prerequisites; it can be used by accounting majors interning as well as experienced accountants.
• The concepts are universally useful both individually and as a training tool.
• It’s evergreen; its concepts focus on human thought processes that will remain applicable despite constantly changing technology.
• Many employers will reimburse buyers, meaning most will benefit at no cost to themselves.

Joseph D. Rotman is a licensed CPA in the state of Texas. In 2010, he began keeping a list of every accountant mistake he observed, which ultimately turned into this book. In 2013, he received a significant promotion to corporate controller in part by employing concepts in this book.

Joe's professional experience and varied roles allowed him to observe a myriad of accounting and finance professionals. Each workday was a day in the laboratory where Joe was able to make firsthand observations from the accounting trenches. He came to realize that the factors that contributed to accountant mistakes with his current employer were typically the same factors that contributed to mistakes with his previous employers, and that contribute to accountant mistakes throughout corporate America. Joe also interviewed more than 100 accounting professionals at all levels for this book.

Joe wrote this book as an industry accountant from the trenches.

Format: ePub
ISBN 13: 978-1-63413-502-3
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
Publication Date: 6/8/2015

Format: MOBI
ISBN 13: 978-1-63413-501-6
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
Publication Date: 6/8/2015

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