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How Sharp are Your CPA Firm Marketing Chops?

CPAs aren’t usually known for their marketing chops. Numbers are your game, but marketing keeps clients coming through the door. Unfortunately, without the right skills, your messaging could fall flat. What’s an accountant to do? It’s simple, really. Marketing isn’t inherently hard, it’s just different from your usual work. Here are several tips for working […]

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Engineering Continuing Education and Ethics go Hand in Hand

  With great power comes great responsibility. That widely-used quote with its mysterious origins applies to 1700s French politicians, American web-slinging superheroes, and engineers in nearly every field. When a person has the power to make life better, by default they can also make life much worse. That’s why engineering ethics are an important component […]

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AL, AK, AZ and AR: Your CPA Continuing Education Search Ends Here

Alphabetically speaking, the first four states in the U.S. have a quick and pain-free path to CPA continuing education. They might not be close in vicinity, but Alabama, Alaska, Arizona and Arkansas have similar CE requirements for CPAs. Fortunately, PDH Academy can conveniently meet most, if not all, of your requirements for professional development hours. […]

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Are You Following the 5 Best CPA Blogs?

Industry news, innovative products and issues that concern the CPA community. That’s what circulates through some of the most widely-read CPA blogs. If you’re not keeping track, the industry might forge ahead without you. Whether you already follow a few blogs or want to curate a new reading list, here are 5 that are worth […]

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The Short Cut Method Still Affects Nebraska Land Surveys Today

Land surveying hasn’t always been as precise as it is now. In fact, many original GLO monuments in Nebraska and throughout the Midwest are understood to be flawed, but they’re still considered legal and permanent. The problem with surveys performed in America’s adolescence wasn’t necessarily a lack of skill, training or tools. Long and short […]

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Would You Do This? The Rock-em Sock-em Drone Crash Derby

You invest hundreds, even thousands of dollars in drone technology. You probably have a workshop either in your home or someplace else where parts, pieces, and tools sit, and upgrade equipment waits impatiently in boxes. Chances are, you spend a lot of your off time tinkering with your pet project. After all that, would you […]

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Top 4 CPA Pain Points and How to Iron Them Out

Technology is a double-edged sword made of better processes and a steep learning curve. Time constraints make prioritization more important than ever. Training takes valuable resources, but the future of the industry demands future-ready skills. CPAs have a lot more on their plate than crunching numbers, and success requires an evolution of tech, skills and […]

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Get Your Architect CEUs Here!

There’s no shortage of online destinations where architects can get required Continuing Education Units or CEUs. Why is PDH Academy the right choice? Variety, affordability, and convenience. That’s what we offer, and why so many architects like you choose us to keep licensing and AIA membership requirements squared away. If you’re in the market today […]

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Which School of Continuing Education is Right for Florida Engineers?

If you’re a professional engineer in the state of Florida, you need eighteen hours of continuing education at every biennial license renewal. That’s according to the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE). The requirements changed in March of 2015 and affect licensing during the 2015-2017 renewal period. Fortunately, PDH Academy has the Florida-specific continuing education […]

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The NJ Architect’s Guide to AIA Continuing Education

New Jersey architects have diverse continuing education hours or LU choices. And those are governed by the New Jersey State Board of Architects and the American Institute of Architects if you have a membership. Architects need a minimum of 24 continuing education credit hours for every biennial licensing renewal period. AIA membership has a higher […]

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