4 More Ways CPAs Use Summer to Prepare for the Next Busy Season

Summer is historically slower for accountants. That makes this the perfect time of year to take on projects to help the next busy season work more efficiently and productively. You’ll probably need continuing education credits soon, so that’s a good place to start. Courses are available online. You might even find a local, state or […]

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Should You Start Your Own Land Survey Business or Work for Someone Else?

Some people prefer the security and steady work of being employed by an established land survey company. Some want the freedom to call their own shots and operate a business on their own terms. There’s no definite right or wrong way to earn a living as a land surveyor. But one of these paths is […]

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Women in Land Surveying: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going

Land surveying isn’t exactly a new industry, but it is a new age where women are making their mark. As long as there has been property to divide, people, specifically men, were needed to set proper boundaries that people and governments recognized. Then in the early 1900s, women made their first official move into the […]

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Expert Interview Series: Architect and Yacht Designer Svetlana Mojic Dzakula on Advanced Training for Architects

Svetlana Mojić Džakula is an award-winning architect and yacht designer with Salt & Water, which  in residential and commercial architecture, interior design, as well as yacht design and aircraft interiors. Their mission is to improve people’s lives by developing high-end spaces and premium products, focusing on developing solutions to advance the client’s well-being, we focus […]

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How 2 Florida Architect Continuing Education Courses Apply in the Real World

As long as you hold a license to practice, architect continuing education will be part of the job. But how do required courses for Florida architects apply to everyday practice? Here are two courses offered by PDH Academy that you’ll use throughout your career and why they’re so important. New Construction is on an Upswing […]

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Florida Engineer Continuing Education: Get Ready, More Roundabouts are on Their Way

Some Florida residents couldn’t be happier about the trend toward more traffic roundabouts. Others, not so much. Regardless, traffic engineers have pushed to increase their numbers to trim down the volume of vehicle incidents and improve traffic flow in busier areas. Roundabouts tend to save lives. That’s the view from cruising altitude. On the ground, […]

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Use This Summer to Redefine Your Practice and Get CPA Continuing Education

The hectic pace of tax season slows down dramatically during the summer months. That makes it the best time to focus on processes and upgrades inside the office. Maybe your filing system needs a bit of an update. Or maybe the whole accounting team could use a software refresher course or continuing education credits. Wherever […]

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Here’s What Florida Architects Can Expect From the Florida Advanced Building Code Course

The 2014 Florida Building Code (5th Edition) features some important changes over the previous edition from 2010. Our PDH Academy course covers many of significant changes in accordance with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Advanced Florida Building Code Module. For architects practicing in Florida, this continuing education course is approved by the […]

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3 CPA Software Packages Rated and Reviewed

Accounting software is the cornerstone of every CPA firm. Some names are practically legends in the industry, and for good reason. They consistently earn high marks for integration, ease of use and improved workflow. Which packages are tops in the industry right now? Drake, Intuit Pro Series and ATX. Here’s how they stack up. Series […]

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Florida Architect Continuing Education Digs Into Green Building Guidelines

The current political climate and threats to green initiatives notwithstanding, architects are still charged with making the best choices for clients and for the future of the planet. Green building isn’t just about adhering to regulations. It’s more about minimizing the negative effects of construction and, hopefully, leaving the Earth in better condition going forward. […]

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