Tag Archives: Accounting

Valuation Expertise

George DuRant, CPA, ABV, ASA Durant, Schraibman & Lindsay, LLC     Valuation expertise, a notch above… Among the many jewels of wisdom shared by Warren Buffett this year in his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders was this one (referring to … Continue reading

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Throw Your Graduation Hats in the Air ‘Like You Just Don’t Care’

Except… in this economy everyone who needs a job really does care. They care if they’ll be able to get jobs and avoid moving back in with their parents, and keep making their car payments, and then if they’ll be … Continue reading

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Eat, Drink and Feed Your Brain Too

As you may be deep in tax season like many CPAs are this time of year, this blog post will be brief but encouraging. I am going to tell you about a few foods that are healthy for your brain … Continue reading

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Is Real Change on the Horizon?

The board of the SC Association of CPAs certainly hopes so!  At their January 21 meeting, board members voted unanimously to throw their support behind the current effort to create financial reporting standards for private companies. Why is the current … Continue reading

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Thermometer or Thermostat

As the year draws to a close, most accountants are surely giving some level of thought and planning to the New Year – from an accounting perspective.  We, as a profession, have proven for centuries to be fairly good at … Continue reading

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Tax code reform: Reality or Romanticism?

Guest blogger: Erin P. Hardwick, CAE,  SCACPA Executive Director Restructuring our tax code is a popular concept these days –both at the state and the federal level.   But in this economy and this political season, it might also be next … Continue reading

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Reunions

But mostly we will share wonderful memories and simply extend and mature our sense of patriotism. Our numbers dwindle each year. Our history has been recorded, and a little slice of our past that profoundly molded and defined our future will once again dwell deep within our souls. Continue reading

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SCACPA Retreat Follow Up

Thanks to all who will drive this rewarding profession in my beloved state of South Carolina. Continue reading

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2010 Professional Issues Update Series

Just around the corner on my calendar I have noted the dates for all of the PIU presentations.  The PIUs (Professional Issues Updates) are popular with a number of our sister state CPA associations across the country.  As a CPA … Continue reading

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Accounting – The Language of Business

How many languages are spoken by your accounting staff?  Perhaps some will recall studying Spanish or French during their high school and college days.  Those of us who studied Latin recall that it is a dead language and no longer … Continue reading

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