Emerging CPAs

Chart a clear course for a successful professional life with articles and education relevant to your career stage. Emerging CPAs are active PICPA members who have been licensed CPAs for less than 10 years. This group also includes candidates for admission and accounting affiliates.
  • No Time to Rest on Our Laurels

    In May I had the opportunity to honor our inaugural Women to Watch award winners during the PICPA Women’s Leadership Conference, recognize the 10,000 downloads benchmark for our CPA Conversations podcast series in less than a year, watch a quick-to-market hot topic webinar on the Pennsylvania tax amnesty program sell out in 10 minutes after it was announced to members, and experience the successful launch of PICPA’s new CPE simulcast platform. Nobody can accuse us of being a taxi in today’s Uber-driven world.
  • The Dangers of Accepting a Counteroffer

    You’ve decided to leave your company. You tell your current employer. But then they wow you with a counteroffer, promising more money and increased flexibility. What should you do? In this episode of CPA Conversations, Brandon Saylor, a partner with executive search firm The Atlantic Group, discusses the effect accepting a counteroffer can have on your professional career and reputation.
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Explore PICPA's comprehensive report on employee benefits, firm values, generational differences, the talent pipeline, and succession planning.

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Considerations on Unconscious Bias

Consider how your personal preferences and life experiences stand to influence your professional decisions. This footage was captured at the PICPA Leadership Conference on Sept. 19, 2016.