I want an accounting job but i dont want to do taxes and all that boring crap i want to work with computers, data, etc. So i should be a business accountant right?
I will be partially qualified as a chartered accountant, i live in Newcastle but will move anywhere for my job if i can earn more. HOw much do you think i will earn in my first post, what about when i am fully qualified. I want to go into tax accounting.
What types of accounting jobs should a person who studied Public Accounting try to obtain after college? With only little experience. Such as an internship with a small CPA firm, that lasted a semester and a job for two years as administrative assistant that had little accounting duties such as bank recs and expense reports and payroll?
Apart from what jobs, How could a recent graduate get started within the field? Internship positions today are not willing to hire no matter how good you are. Accountants are holding on to positions heavily. So its so difficult to even obtain entry level jobs. So how could I get started after college?
I need to know how to look for a tax accounting internship. I may do this through a temp agency. However, if anyone has any good internship sites for students, or other resources, please let me know. Thanks!
Let say you got a full time job as an accountant at a firm, or a company business can you also become a tax preparer on the side during tax season or will it interfere with your accounting job?
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It's actually a degree in business administration with the emphasis on accounting. What kind of jobs can I get OTHER than accounting jobs, can I even get any other types of jobs?
Ok, so Im thinking of going into accounting because of i like working mon-fri with most weekends off and holidays off. But im wondering do accountants work some saturdays when they have to meet deadlines? Like are most accounting jobs the standard 40 hour workweek? Im talking about public and private accounting too. Also, do accountants work alot during the busy seasons? Also, is the pay decent in private accounting with a normal work week?
I have just been offered a position in a tax accounting firm, and instead of accepting right away, I asked for them to send me the package for review. While I review can they offer the job to someone else, or do I have time?
I wasn't sure how to phrase the question. I currently work for a life insurance company and am receiving tuition reimbursement for an accounting degree. If I leave the company within two years of receiving it, I have to pay it back. There aren't lot of accounting job openings at my job, so I contacted a small CPA firm about seasonal openings to start gaining experience and to get my foot in the door for later on. They don't have any openings, but he wants me to come in and see about working a few hours for seasonal help while I finish up my degree (will be done in May). Then maybe full time after that. I didn't expect the conversation to get to that point. Now I'm scared because I don't want to tell him I don't want full time yet because of the tuition reimbursement. But I don't want to ruin future potential jobs. I guess maybe if it pays enough, it would be worth paying back the tuition. Should I mention that I don't want to leave my job because of tuition reimbursement? I'm not sure what to do!
The seasonal job would be in addition to my regular full time job.
Who receives the child tax credits and child benefits on their accounts, husband or the wife??
My husbands not working but he is receiving money on my account for job centre, but at the moment i get the child tax credits and the child benefit so that way i easily spend on my child how i like.
But he wants to change the accounts he wants to start receiving them in his account. What does everyone think?
Consider the following two scenarios.
1. Successful individual with six figure income and significant assets hires tax attorney/account to ensure every deduction and technique to reduce tax liability is explored and taken advantage.
2. Same situation as above but individual encounters serious financial downturn due to job loss or failed investments. Decides to exercise bankruptcy protection and hires attorney to ensure he is able to protect as many of his assets as possible and reduce financial liabilities as allowed by the legal process.
Both have acted legally. Is there an ethical difference between them? Is there an ethical duty to pay taxes as required by a democratically elected government? Is there an ethical duty to pay private debt? Is there a difference between the two?
Good answer; I ask because I recently heard an argument that people who use bankruptcy law to their advantage to resolve a financial problem are unethical or immoral.
I'm in my twenties and it's time for a career change. I never went to college and am going to be starting my first two years (liberal arts degree/gened degree) in sping. After the two years are up I plan on going to univ and majoring in accounting to get a bachelor degree. I want to get into the field now but have no experience, except data entry for two years 5 years ago.
How can I get an accounting job with no experience or degree yet?
I want to get an accounting job with my degree, but I have no experience. I work full time now, so it would be difficult to get an internship. What steps should I take now to increase the chances of me landing a good job in accounting?
I am going to be going to school for my AA for now. I am not sure if i should go for accounting or business admin. I currently am an admin. I want to make sure it is worth the time and money first. Any advice would help.
How do you become a Professional Photographer? I have finished learning for now, got 1 Diaploma in Photography, and someday I want to be a Professional Wedding Photographer.
I haven't done a lot of work for money yet.
My guess is you need to do a name search, then register it, and then buy a copyright license. What am I missing?
Of course if you plan on making over $30,000 a year you need tax account, and charge the costumer aswell.
Please also state if you are a proffessional photographer or not. Thanks for answering, I really don't know who else too aks!!!
When do you get taxed on brokerage accounts? Say i open a vanguard account and invest in a mutual fund. I select options to always reinvest dividends, i make an 8?ain on said mutual fund for the year.
- do i get taxed on the 8?ven though i didnt sell the mutual fund?
-are my reinvested divedends taxed?
- if i decide to shift the stocks from that mutual fund to another, will i get taxed for that?
As if they're in never ending supply.
People can also be overqualified.
Companies don't want to hire you if you're just using them until you get a job you're qualified for.
Everybody thinks they're entitled to these jobs or something?
I'm sick of people telling me that I need to go get a McDonalds job until I can get another accounting job paying $50,000/yr. Not everybody who's unemployed can just go get a minimum wage job.
I know I can work as an auditor or an accountant or those accounting related jobs. But what I want to know is what can I work in the Finance. Like in the Corporate finance or asset management fields. and does it pay good?
Is there somewhere I can find this out online - maybe some kind of survey through Yahoo! Jobs or Careerbuilder?
Maybe I should specify:
1. No spam. I'm not looking for some fake online job. I graduate with a B.B.A. in Accounting in December, so I can get a real job and I'm not stupid enough to fall for scams.
2. I'm not looking for a job now. I really want to know where to consider moving after graduation.
I have three 401K accounts from previous jobs, in addition to the one I have at my current job. Is it better to keep them separate or to roll them all into the account I have now?