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    2021 Advocacy Outlook

    by Mike Nelson | Feb 04, 2021
    2020 was certainly full of surprises and unprecedented challenges. The WSCPA advocacy team and our member volunteers, have been advocating for CPAs every week (not an exaggeration) during a year of unparalleled legislative and regulatory flux. Now that the legislative session is underway, here are our advocacy priorities for 2021.
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    Precision vs Accuracy: Financial Modeling Best Practices

    by Evan Wells | Feb 04, 2021
    What would happen if you had all the time in the world to build a forecast for the next year? Enough time so that not a single thing is left out. Site traffic, conversion rates, hiring, inventory, and every item in between factored into an elaborate prediction model.
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    How to Audit During a Pandemic? Your Top 5 Questions Answered

    by Carl R. Mayes, Jr., CPA | Feb 01, 2021
    This year has been anything but conventional. As auditors prepare to audit clients who’ve found themselves financially affected by the pandemic, the AICPA has received many questions. To bring a little clarity in the time of COVID-19, here are answers to the most frequently asked questions.
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    3 Tips to Recharge When Your Tank Is Running on Empty

    by Donald Altman, MA, LPC | Feb 01, 2021
    If you’re feeling like you don’t have the energy reserves, that you are on edge, upset, anxious, angry, sad, depressed, or feeling disengaged from work and others, you are not alone. These are normal reactions to feelings of overwork and uncertainty. What can you do to reverse this harmful trend, both personally and in your workplace? Fortunately, there are some proven ways to help you recover and recharge from stress.
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    Communication Etiquette in a Distributed Workforce

    by Julie Davis | Feb 01, 2021
    Etiquette is more than knowing which fork to use at a fancy dinner party. It’s a social convention that encompasses agreed upon rules and interactions between groups. Etiquette within your workplace is defined by the people who make up your culture. In a remote or distributed workforce (aka your team not working in the same physical space), arguably, the most important rules are around communication etiquette.
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