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Accounting – The Importance of the CPA CPD Requirements

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Professional development is crucial for us to sustain our successful career. It’s important to sharpen our accounting and business skills and knowledge and continuously keep abreast of new developments in our field. Just like the companies we work for; if they are not learning and growing their competition is and for CPA’s there are “CPD Requirements” to ensure that we

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Personal Branding – 5 Ways to Cultivate Your Online Presence

It isn’t hard to understand why your online presence is very important. A large part of the Internet today is social media. It has become almost an expectation for individuals and corporations to have an online presence. This expectation is so powerful that any individual or organization that lacks an online presence loses a certain amount of credibility. This is

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Canadian Hiring & Compensation Trends – Webinar

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Job seekers and Employers will both benefit from this comprehensive examination of: the hiring environment, overview of public accounting and financial services, local hiring trends, some of the biggest indicators that it’s time to hire. September 23, 2015; 12:30 p.m. ET CPA Canada is pleased to present: Robert Half, worldwide leader in professional consulting and staffing services, for a one-hour

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Foreign-Trained Accountants Fear Fines Under Ontario Law

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Saxton, who runs Arrow Accounting and Bookkeeping on Danforth Ave., is a Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) designation, a credential he says is internationally recognized and that takes an average of three to four years of study to earn. But now he, like other foreign-trained accountants, fears he will be penalized under a recent Ontario law. Under Bill 158, Saxton

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Networking at the Top: 7 Tips for Current and Aspiring CFOs


“The importance of networking is no secret to any accounting and finance professional – particularly those who have already made their way up the ladder. But brushing up on networking skills is never a bad idea, even for experienced finance managers and chief financial officers.” as posted by Robert Half Management Resources on February 11, 2015 at 3:00 PM They go

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CPA Canada Helps Businesses Adapt to Climate Change

CPA assists businesses to adapt to climate change

The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada and Natural Resources Canada have sponsored a new strategic initiative that will help companies adapt to the effects of climate change by indentifying the risks and opportunities. This multi-year initiative to help businesses and organizations better understand and adapt to the implications of climate change was announced by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada

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