A Glimpse into Public Accounting

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Brittany Byer Accounting – Grove City College My internship experience at Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP completely exceeded my expectations. I remember the first day of my internship and how nervous I was as I sat on the “T” waiting to arrive downtown. Throughout that day, my nerves began to settle as many employees stopped […]

Football and the Time Value of Money

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As the Steelers prepare for another football season with the opening of their 2019 pre-season camp, much of the drama of the recent past appears to be over, and the team’s focus can return to moving the ball downfield. Interestingly, the 2019 season will begin without two of the team’s biggest offensive stars from the prior […]

Opened My Eyes to the Realities of Accounting

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Elizabeth Scherer Accounting and Finance – Grove City College My summer internship at Grossman Yanak and Ford, LLP (GYF) has been full of positive experiences that have opened my eyes to the realities of the accounting profession. In just a short period of time, I have gained valuable knowledge about the auditing field and developed […]

Has Your Business Outgrown Its Accounting Software?

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The following content is excerpted from a NetSuite blog post, Five Tell-Tale Signs Your Business Has Outgrown Its Accounting Software If you rely on a basic accounting package to run your business, now might be the time to consider other options, such as moving the processes that are key to your business operations to an […]

New Law Designed to Improve the IRS and Protect Taxpayers

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President Trump has signed the Taxpayer First Act of 2019 (H.R. 3151), which alters the management and oversight of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with the aim of improving customer service and the appeals process. The Act also provides new confidentiality safeguards as taxpayers interact with the IRS. The Taxpayer First Act includes provisions that: […]